Keeping Our Care

The number of Georgians needing long term care is anticipated to grow exponentially in the coming years as the state’s elderly population increases. Long term care communities are committed to advancing the care they provide and meeting the needs of their residents now and in the future.

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Serving Georgia’s Communities

Over 28,430 seniors and individuals with disabilities are cared for in Georgia’s nursing homes daily. Whether they stay a short while and then return home, or live out the remainder of their lives in these facilities – they deserve the best possible care.

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Our state’s nursing centers are struggling. The ongoing workforce crisis, expenses related to the COVID-19 pandemic, inflation, and costs associated with increased federal regulations have had a significant negative impact on the viability of nursing centers and threatens their ability to care for residents and patients.

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Knowing the terminology used in the long term care profession is an important first step in understanding the needs of the healthcare heroes who are caring for vulnerable seniors.

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