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Golden Age Adult Day Center expands to become Golden Age Senior Solutions, Inc.

Golden Age Senior Solutions, Inc. is committed to one thing: helping care for and improving the lives of Georgia’s seniors. Using a holistic approach ensures that each senior receives a complete range of individualized Geriatric Care services.

Their programs provide specialized assistance to people who have particular challenges caring for elderly family members. Their staff provides gentle and dignified care. Embracing the philosophy that there is strength in collaboration enables them to offer a continuum of care. Seniors needs are often very complex. Golden Age Senior Solutions collaborates with knowledgeable business partners with proven down-to-earth expertise to provide additional resources.
A continuum of care provides a holistic approach that will ensure every senior receives person-centered services to meet their every need; from Adult Day Health to Alternative Living Services – Personal Care Homes.

Services provided include Adult Day Health, Alternative Living Services/Respite, BrainStormers Academy – Early Memory Loss program, Caregiver Support Services, Health Care Training, CPR Certification, First Aid Certification, Certified Nurse Aid Training, Hospice Services, Physical Therapy, Private Home Care and Transportation.

They will also offer “Spring Into Health,” an open house event featuring arts, crafts, refreshments, products and services on Apr. 24.
Golden Age Senior Solutions, Inc is located at 150-160 Carnegie Place in Fayetteville. Phone 770-719-7773.


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