Care Consultation

Care Consultation is a telephone-based information and support service for individuals with memory impairment and their caregivers. Care Consultation provides ongoing help to find practical solutions to concerns about health and care. You don’t have to leave your home to use Care Consultation. All communication is done by phone.

Care Consultation is sponsored by ARC, the Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving the Benjamin Rose Institute and the United States Administration on Aging. 

Types of Assistance:

Awareness and use of community services

    • Determine services you need, how to get and use them and what to expect 
    • Improve communication with doctors and other services providers

Healthcare-related information

    • Get tips on where to look for information on diseases, caregiving and more 
    • Receive helpful information by mail or e-mail

Family and friend involvement 

    • Strengthen support from family and friends 
    • Involve family and friends who do not currently help but are willing to assist

Coaching and support

    • Use practical solutions to address concerns about care 
    • Receive follow-up calls to ensure recommended tasks have been helpful 

Care Consultation can help you made decisions about:

  • Personal and household care 
  • Medicare, Medicaid and other insurance 
  • Home safety 
  • Legal and financial issues 
  • Family communications 
  • Medication use 
  • Balancing caregiving with other responsibilities 
  • Planning for future care 
  • Other care-related concerns 

For more information call
404-463-3215 or download the Care Consultation brochure (PDF):

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