Welcome & Invitation to Contact
The Northeast Georgia Regional Commission was designated by the Department of Human Services as the Area Agency on Aging (AAA) for the Northeast Georgia Region in 1974 to address the needs and concerns of older individuals and their caregivers in the twelve county planning and service area.
The Northeast Georgia Area Agency on Aging provides information on and access to home and community based services for elderly and/or disabled persons, their families, and caregivers.
The AAA provides a variety of services and support to allow individuals the opportunity to maintain their activity, independence, and dignity in their homes and in the community.
706.583.2546 or 1.800.474.7540
If you would like for one of our AIRS certified personnel to contact you to discuss your individual questions and needs, please complete the form below.
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Check here to find out about upcoming aging meetings in Northeast Georgia.
Next Quarterly Meeting
Older Americans Month
Healthy Vision Month
Monthly newsletter from the GeorgiaCares Program. The April edition contains important information on what Medicaid covers for seniors and idividuals with disabilties who are on Medicare.
Get Healthy Grapevine Wellness Newsletter
Get Healthy Grapevine is a wellness newsletter co-produced by the Department of Foods and Nutrition at the University of Georgia, and the Division of Aging Services at the Georgia Department of Human Resources. Each issue contains useful information about chronic disease prevention and health promotion. Practical tips related to caregiving, nutrition, physical activity and lifestyle management especially for adults age 50+ are included.
Living Well Workshops
The Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP)as known as Living Well is a free six week program that helps people in small workshops learn how to cope with ongoing health conditions such as arthritis, high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, fibromyalgia, anxiety and depression.
To more information, contact Kristen Brown at 706-542-4838.
Georgia Family Support Program
The Georgia Family Support Program is a free program that provides support and counseling for spouses and adult children caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia.
The program includes a six counseling sessions ; two individual sessions and four family sessions.
For more information on the Georgia Family Support Program contact Leslie Sessley at 770-355-3075 or email@example.com.