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The Division of Aging Services assists older individuals, other at-risk adults and their families and caregivers to achieve safe, self-reliant lives.
The legal replacement for the living will and durable power of attorney for health care.
Help understanding Medicaid, Medicare, Social Security, and Federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance.
Help us make Georgia a better place for elders! Educate the community, deliver a meal or just lend an ear. Contact your local Area Agency on Aging and ask for the volunteer coordinator.
Can you spread light to a person under guardianship? Help older Georgians and adults with disabilities experience the joys of the season.
Help tackle challenges affecting older adults, like dementia and senior hunger, by beginning a rewarding career in the aging field.