The Atlanta Senior Resources Directory is the most comprehensive, fully researched and human-verified senior guide in the Metro Atlanta area. Provided free of charge to the public and professionals alike, it is filled with extensive resources useful to Atlanta area seniors, their families and caregivers. Some of the senior information resources are: Atlanta senior housing, Atlanta retirement living, Atlanta assisted living and personal care homes, Atlanta nursing homes, Atlanta hospice care, Atlanta in-patient hospice, Atlanta senior health care, Atlanta Alzheimer's and memory care, Atlanta home health care, Atlanta private home care, Metro Atlanta hospitals, classes, senior activities, adult day care, assistance, referral services, and much more.

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CLARK'S 529 PLAN ~ I want you to know the best way to save for your son or daughter for college. But first, remember my rule that you don't save a penny for college unless you are already saving the maximum you can for your own retirement. College can be paid for with grants, loans, scholarships and work.

GARDENING WITH WALTER ~ Walter Reeves is retired from the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service, where he worked for 29 years. He grew up on a poultry farm in rural Fayette county, where he cared for the hens and an "enormous" vegetable garden. His grandmother "Bubber" raised flowers in...

INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTEER SERVICE ~ These are exciting times: Idealistic Boomers are contributing time and expertise internationally and there is exponential growth in international citizen organizations. The Southeast Asian tsunami and Hurricane Katrina elicited an unprecedented outpouring of heart... READ MORE
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