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News: Keeping Your Joints Healthy As You Age

As we age, we start to feel pressure to watch our weight, manage our blood sugar levels and regulate our intake of essential nutrients. However, in trying to tackle these issues, we tend to overlook one of the most integral …

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News: New A.G. Rhodes CEO and Trinidad native brings foundation of diversity

ATLANTA – On February 1, 2018, Deke Cateau assumed the role of Chief Executive Officer at A.G. Rhodes Health & Rehab, one of Atlanta’s oldest nonprofit organizations. A.G. Rhodes provides therapy and rehabilitation services, short-term recovery and long-term care at …

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News: Employee Spotlight: Vickie Mathis, CNA

Employee Spotlight: Vickie Mathis, CNA From Atlanta, Ga. In September of 1971, at just 19-years-old, Vickie Mathis started what would become a 46-year—and counting—tenure at A.G. Rhodes. “I was so tiny,” recalls Mathis. “I was too short, but I could …

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News: Top 5 Things to Look for in Long-Term Care

Top 5 Things to Look for in Long-Term Care from A.G. Rhodes Health & Rehab As our loved ones age, their care needs can change dramatically from year to year. Although you managed as a family caregiver last year, new …

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News: Prioritizing the Future this New Year

Many people, regardless of their age, aren’t comfortable facing their mortality. It can be especially jarring for some seniors, who, after decades of life, love and happiness, now must consider “the end” or their declining health. You and your loved …

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News: The Perks of Being a Social Butterfly

The Perks of Being a Social Butterfly from A.G. Rhodes Health & Rehab The Benefits of Being a Social Butterfly as You Age The physical limitations we face as we age can significantly alter the lifestyles we lead. Driving may …

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