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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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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Health Force of Georgia Teams Up With Uber

Solving Senior Transportations Needs with Uber

Health Force of Georgia has partnered with Uber Health to provide affordable, convenient transportation for seniors and clients in the metro Atlanta region. Uber Health is the most advanced, ride-hailing service in the nation. Now your loved one can get to the places they need to be quickly and comfortably simply by calling Health Force of Georgia at (770) 458-8500.

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What to do when your aging parents need help

Helping Aging Parents

There comes a time in your life when you need to reverse roles with your parents and you become the caregiver. It may be that time now, or it may be coming. You should be prepared so you can do what is necessary to help your aging parents.

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