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Lifestyle and health care tips from Health Force of Georgia.
The best Valentines’s gift for your loved one is something that is needed. To remain independent your help may be needed. When you cannot be there, Health Force of Georgia can provide home health care services allowing your parent or loved one to remain in their home. Caregivers will take care of the basic necessities of living at home. We can be there when you cannot. Services include Companion Care, Personal Care, and even Skilled Nursing Care.
Al buscar servicios de atención médica a domicilio para su ser querido, es importante eliminar las barreras del idioma. Para derribar estos muros y atender a los clientes hispanos que preguntan sobre los servicios de atención médica a domicilio, Health Force of Georgia habla su idioma.
When searching for home health care services for your loved one, it’s important to remove language barriers. In order to break down these walls and to serve Hispanic customers inquiring about home health care services, Health Force of Georgia speaks your language!
During the 2019 Holiday season, the office schedule for Health Force of Georgia is as follows:
Dec. 24th Christmas Eve:
Closed at noon
Dec. 25th Christmas:
Dec. 31st New Year’s Eve:
Closed at noon
Jan. 1st New Year’s Day:
We can still be reached 24/7 by calling the office number and leaving a message with the answering service: 770-458-8500.
The health and safety of our patients, employees, and their families are of the utmost importance to us. Health Force of Georgia is monitoring the ongoing coronavirus outbreak paying close attention to recommendations from local, state, and federal officials on how to handle this pandemic.
Congratulations to Stephanie Bates as our July Star of the Month! Stephanie has been doing a fantastic job for one of our proxy level clients for over five years, visiting him over 3,000 times! Her hard work, dependability, and dedication to our client has made him totally committed to her and to Health Force of Georgia for his care.
Congratulations to Pernell Bates as our June Star of the Month! Pernell has been part of our team for six months. His great attitude, professionalism, and dedication to clients was apparent from the start.
Keeping your loved ones at home rather than in a nursing home may be more critical now than ever before. Georgia has a program called Structured Family Caregiving (SFC) that actually pays family members to care for loved ones in their own home. Health Force of Georgia can offer professional health coaching and on-going support for the care needed to keep your loved ones safe at home.
Tracie Higdon has only been with Health Force of Georgia since January 2020. However, she has proven herself to be a great and wonderful asset to our team.
Tracie is reliable and always willing to help out whenever needed.
The coronavirus has everyone concerned now. Many people are especially worried after seeing news stories about nursing homes and facilities having trouble keeping their seniors safe. Many people are out of work or working from home, and it may be possible to bring their loved ones to the safety of their home for care. But, do you know, what you need to know, to take care of your loved one properly at home? Can you balance work and home health care for loved ones?