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News: Aging Successfully: How to Prevent Common Injuries Among Seniors

Hip Fractures Hip fractures caused by falls are one of the most common injuries suffered by seniors, as well as being the number one injury responsible for senior hospitalizations. Fortunately, there are a number of things you can do to …

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News: The Benefits of Music for the Aging Mind

Music is a truly powerful thing. It can make you feel happy, sad, angry, excited, heartbroken, enamored and virtually any other emotion capable of being felt by humans. It can be medicine for your soul, spirit and mind, with benefits …

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News: A Quarter Century of Compassion

Employee Q&A with Vanissa Johnson, Activities Director, A.G. Rhodes of Atlanta Vanissa Johnson, the Activities Program Director at A.G. Rhodes of Atlanta, has been around seniors all her life, and in April 2017, she celebrated her 25-year anniversary with A.G. Rhodes. …

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News: May 19, 2017-Staff Recognized During National Nursing Home Week

During National Nursing Home Week May 14-20, the A.G. Rhodes homes celebrated exceptional staff who go above and beyond to care for elders who stay at A.G. Rhodes. Congratulations to Atlanta staff (left to right): Angela Moore, CNA of the Year; …

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News: Memory Care: Top Activities to Stimulate the Brain

Here’s a look at six great activities for sharpening mental skills and stimulating the aging brain!

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News: Partnership with Hands on Atlanta Cultivates Volunteer Leaders

Many volunteers serve at A.G. Rhodes through Hands On Atlanta, a nonprofit organization that helps individuals, families, corporate and community groups find volunteer opportunities in the community. In 2015, A.G. Rhodes became a partner agency with Hands On Atlanta’s Civic Leadership Program (CLP), which …

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