ATLANTA - A new Georgia task force on Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia is asking for the public’s input on how the state can improve care, support, and awareness activities for residents coping with dementia. The commen
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ATLANTA – On June 15th, millions will observe World Elder Abuse Awareness Day by learning about abuse, educating the community, and reporting concerns about suspected mistreatment.
ATLANTA - The Department of Human Services (DHS), Division of Aging Services is recognizing May as Older Americans month in Georgia. In that spirit, DHS invites communities to celebrate older adults’ achievements as workers, volunteers, family anchors, and life mentors.