Taking Care of Your Loved Ones at Home

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?

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Coronavirus Information for Georgians

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.

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Cornonavirus Pandemic Information

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?

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Holiday Hours - Health Force of GA

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:
Closed all-day

Dec. 31st New Year’s Eve:
Closed at noon

Jan. 1st New Year’s Day:
Closed all-day

 

We can still be reached 24/7 by calling the office number and leaving a message with the answering service: 770-458-8500.

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Join Our Caregiver Team!

Are you a nurse, certified nursing assistant, patient care technician or assistant, certified medical assistant? Do you have an MA or MS in Nursing? Are you looking for a rewarding caregiver career? Health Force of Georgia has opportunities for you to work full-time, part-time, weekdays, nights or weekends with flexible shifts close to your home…

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Remember the Caregivers and Give Them a Break

Remember the caregivers that take care of our wounded warriors now that they are home. The caregivers’ days are long with no days off. You can assist them by being there to help so they can have a break to take care of themselves. If you cannot be there, Health Force of Georgia CAN!

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All caregivers from Health Force of Georgia are interviewed & background-checked.

Are you looking for someone to provide care for your loved one in your home? You wouldn’t let someone into your home to do work without background knowledge about them or their skills. You’d ask for recommendations and testimonials. Hiring a person who works for a reputable known company is always safer than hiring someone who works independently without oversight. Learn how we choose our health caregiver employees…

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Solving the Home Health Care Puzzle - Health Force of Georgia

Have you noticed something is not the same with an aging parent or loved one? Maybe their memory is not the same or they can no longer do the monthly bills. Familiar tasks are difficult to complete, and they may forget where they are or where they are going. The brain of an Alzheimer’s patient shows a slow decline in reasoning, thinking, and memory. Slow declines may not be noticeable at first, but if you know what to look for, you can get help. Early and accurate diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease is important. We have a video to help you know what to look for…

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