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Lifestyle and health care tips from Health Force of Georgia.
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?
We would like to congratulate Paula Meeks Stocking as our star of the month for April 2020! Paula has been with Health Force of Georgia for four years.
The health and safety of our patients, employees, and families are of the utmost importance to us. Health Force of Georgia is monitoring the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and paying close attention to recommendations from local/federal officials and feedback on what we can do and how to handle this situation. Read our coronavirus statement.
The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) is working closely with the CDC, and state partners to prepare for a potential outbreak of COVID-19 in the U.S., including Georgia. The goal is to quickly identify cases of COVID-19 and take the appropriate public health action to reduce its spread and protect the general public.
Michelle Adou is Health Force of Georgia’s Star of the Month for March. Michelle has proven herself to be a great asset both to Health Force of Georgia and the clients she serves.
Nancy Messonnier, director of CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases on the topic of the Coronavirus, “It’s not so much of a question of if this will happen in this country anymore but a question of when this will happen.” What can you do to protect your family from a pandemic?