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In 2007, a few friends who were each caring for an aging parent noticed a lack of information online to help them navigate the complexities of caregiving. Not finding the one-stop online resource they needed, they decided to create it themselves. The result was exists to help family caregivers like you make better decisions, save time and money and feel less alone.


Tyler Dodd (DBA Tyler’s Toolbox) provides professional appliance installation services for residential properties in metro Atlanta. Tyler and his team specialize in the “not-so-basic” appliance installation, meaning, “We do what the others can’t”, as per the slogan. They cut countertops and cabinets for cooktops and wall ovens and also take care of any electrical or plumbing modifications. 


The Law Office of Gregory B. Grogan, LLC handles commercial and residential real estate, wills and estates, basic business law and criminal defense.  Greg has worked in the west metro area since 2003 and has been an attorney since 1997.  He has assisted many first time home buyers, investors and seasoned citizens complete one of the most important decisions they'll ever make - buying property.  


Finding memory care facilities near you will be possible if you know what to look for. Keep in mind the following considerations when searching for local memory care communities nearby:

  • Is the care facility specifically for adults with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease? If not, how skilled are the staff members at handling memory care issues?

  • Are there dementia certified caregivers?

  • What is the staff-to-resident radio?

  • How does the memory care facility prevent wandering?

  • What security measures are in place?

  • Are there special activities and programs for seniors with memory care issues?

  • Is there a special diet for those with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease?

  • What entertainment options does the memory care facility offer?

  • If your loved one plans on bringing their dog or cat with them, is the memory care facility pet-friendly?

  • Is the memory care independence or assistance focused?

  • Is the memory care facility near me or it’s too far to be able to see my loved one regularly?

  • Is the memory care facility affordable?


Donna Davis is the Founder and Lead Instructor of the

National Association of Estate Liquidators (NAOEL).

Donna has twenty-six years of experience in the antiques and estate sale business, and has extensive knowledge from personally researching and selling everything from 16th Century antiques to everyday household items.

As an ISA appraiser, she is uniquely qualified to correctly price personal items, and she frequently collaborates with experts in the fields of art, antiques, jewelry, and furniture.


SWBC Mortgage | Shane Siniard

My goal is to help you succeed at one of the most important decisions you can make in your life. Meeting the goal of home ownership is not just a sense of accomplishment, but can also be a great investment. I am committed to making this experience for you both positive and memorable.


Most assisted living communities offer residents the choice of all-inclusive or fee-for-service pricing. All-inclusive means that a single monthly fee covers rent, meals and any additional services a resident chooses such as housekeeping or transportation. Fee-for-service means a resident pays only for those services they use. Typically, if a resident intends to use the full suite of services an assisted living residence offers, it is less expensive to choose the all-inclusive model. If a resident will only require certain services or will use outside assistance for certain services, then the fee-for-service approach offers better cost savings. A more detailed review of assisted living pricing models is available here.

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