How To Tell Family Members Their Loved One Needs to Stop Driving

One of the most difficult topics for your clients to address with his or her loved one is when to stop driving. If the older person is ill, frail or the family member would not want to get in the car with them behind the wheel, that is the signal it is time to take […]

Determining the “Right” Kind of Care for Seniors

When caring for an older loved one, the choices can seem limitless, and consequently, overwhelming. We are very fortunate, in the Atlanta area, to have so many great options available to us. But just how can you decide which one is right for your family? What are the differences between Independent Living and Assisted Living, […]

Geriatric Care Management

I cannot begin to describe the number of times someone told me, “I wish I had known about you when…” I usually tell them now that they know, please tell everyone! Geriatric Care Managers are the aging experts that support and guide the senior and his/her family through the transitions of aging or chronic needs. […]