The Intentional Caregiver offers conversation, tools, and resources that will take your caregiving to another level. There is a way to make caregiving easier and more intentional. The Intentional Caregiver provides an opportunity for you to learn how. Join us!
Daddy's Closet is located at facilities in various parts of Atlanta, Georgia and coming soon to Columbus, Georgia and various other areas of the United States. Daddy's Closet contains necessary items for seniors, especially those living with dementia, that may be hard to afford or obtain for various reasons.
Tell Me A Bedtime Story was developed to offer the joy of bedtime stories to adults with Alzheimer's disease and dementia. Bedtime stories are read aloud and provide a calm, relaxing and a mindful atmosphere, prior to bedtime.
Tackling food insecurities in caregivers and those living with Alzheimer's disease and related dementia, as well as seniors and people living with disabilities in Atlanta and the surrounding area.
Please contact us if you have a food request or would like to make a gift card donation.
Download our free e-books with fantastic information on caregiving, Alzheimer's disease, and more!
The Brain Health & Care Symposium is a free event provided to teach the you how to stay healthy, aware, and mindful as you and your loved ones get older. Our symposiums include great guest presenters and live Q&A.
The Foundation partnered with Paul Vaughn, immediate past President of the 100 Black Men of South Metro Atlanta, to provide lunch and face masks to the staff at Arbor Terrace.
The Foundation partnered with the 100 Black Men of South Metro Atlanta to assist with COVID-19 testing at Jackson Memorial Baptist Church, in Atlanta.
Dr. Lori and Dr. Powe loaded up the trucks to deliver water, Gatorade, snacks, fruit, fresh vegetables and more in Southwest Atlanta, prior to the shelter in place order.
The Foundation retained the skills of South Fulton seamstress Ethelyn to create three-ply face masks, in various hues and designs of purple. We also purchased many more face masks. The Foundation gave away more than 500 masks in Atlanta and Columbus, Georgia.
The Foundation partnered with the 100 Black Men of South Metro Atlanta to assist with COVID-19 testing in East Point, Georgia.
Dr. Lori and the Mayor of East Point - Deana Holiday Ingraham
Atlanta City Councilmember Marci Overstreet picking up gift bags and boxes, as well as custom face masks, for residents at QLS senior living facility. And holding her specially designed Pampering Box!
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