Typical Memory Loss or Early Onset Alzheimer’s?

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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Tis the Season… Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Depression

Alzheimers, Dementia & Depression

Holidays are stressful enough and now add to that caring for an elderly parent or someone with dementia and you have a holiday recipe for depression. You want to enjoy the season, but you may be worried about an aging parent who is living alone or is no longer able to attend the traditional family gathering. You are not alone…

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Would You Trust Your Loved Ones’ Care to a Franchise Operator?

Franchise or Privately Owned Health Care Provider

Health Force of Georgia is a locally owned and operated home health care service. We are not a franchise. Our sole purpose is to deliver a wide choice of compassionate, home care and elder care services to families and their loved ones. Our owners have decades of experience providing a full range of health care services in the metro Atlanta area.

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September is World Alzheimer’s Month

September is Alzheimer's Awareness Month

Alzheimer’s Disease or dementia is a debilitating condition afflicting over 5 million Americans. But the impact of Alzheimer’s goes far beyond the person living with it facing families with the critical question:
“How do we provide quality, affordable Alzheimer’s care for mom or dad?”

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June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month

June is Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness Month

Memories are the greatest things we can cherish in our lifetime and they are gone with the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s robs us of our loved ones even though they are still present. But how do you know it is Alzheimer’s and not just dementia?

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Health Force of Georgia Helps Mom When You Can’t Be There

Happy Mother's Day from Health Force of Georgia

Health Force of Georgia wishes all of our clients a Happy Mother’s Day. We can be there to help Mom when you can’t. Sometimes life gets in the way and appointments conflict. Call Health Force of Georgia at (770) 458-8500 and let us help take care of Mom’s needs and get her what she needs.

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