We try to provide the most useful online resources for seniors, caregivers and families. Have a great suggestion? Contact us.
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GSLA 2016/AL&PC Checklists
- Admission Agreement Checklist ALandPCH
- ALC Resident Review
- ALC staff review 2012
- Checklist for Memory Care Units or Homes
- CMA checklist 2012
- Complaint review form
- Emergency Prep Checklist ALC-PCH 2013
- GENERAL RULES 2012
- Memory Care Staff Training
- PP Checklist ALC-PC 2012 review
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If your loved one has been diagnosed with a particular disease, the first step to help is to educate yourself on that disease process. These sites provide useful tips for living with chronic diseases and connect you with support groups and other resources.
Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease Resources
The Alzheimer’s Association estimates that approximately 5.1 million Americans have Alzheimer’s Disease. That number is expected to rise with the increase of an older population. Education about the disease process and the best practices for treating and coping with the disease is a must. We are fortunate in the Metro Atlanta area to have a research group that is doing studies specifically related to dementia, and you may want to explore options for participation in one of their studies.
Want to know more about the medications you’re taking? Want to be sure there are no recalls for the medications on your shelf? Check out these sites!
Finding Care for Your Love One
If you feel your loved one needs more help at home or if you are looking for placement options, there are a number of resources to help you locate, review ratings, and contact providers that fit your specific needs.
Information about Aging and Area Aging Resources
For general information about aging in America and in the Metro area, visit these sites.
Support for Caregivers
We know. Being a caregiver takes a special heart. We also know how overwhelming being a caregiver can be. For inspiration and support, we encourage caregivers to take a look at these sites.
Financial and Legal Information
We often work with families who are seeking resources about financial and legal options needed when caring for aging loved ones. Here are some helpful resources about paying for senior care, completing needed legal forms, and trusted elder care partners.