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Everyone needs a little help now and then. We have some suggestions.

Now that you've chosen Better Off at Home as a care giver to help you and your loved one, consider some of the partners we work with for your other needs. Better Off at Home does not receive anything for these listings nor warranty any work performed. We know these individuals personally through community and Chamber of Commerce activites and we believe in giving helping out community and offering you resources that can make your life a little easier.

Diane Daniel Enterprises
Diane and Omar Daniel provide the highest quality and most reasonable home cleaning services in the area. Give yourself a break and enjoy life!
www.DianeDanielEnterprises.com  |  Phone: 678-458-5548

Bug House, Exterminators
Jason Lowery | Phone: 770-832-2847
ason@bughousepestcontrol.com

Paul Crawford, Contractor
Phone: 404-626-8367
pjchomeinprovements@gmail.com

Bakers Plumbing and Septic Tank Service
Larry Baker | 770-942-4852

Georgia Alzheimer's and Dementia Foundation
Briggett Washington
770-842-5809
georgiaalzheimersfoundation@gmail.com

Central Home Health
Heather Brawner | 770-714-7014
h.brawner@amedisys.com

Hurley Elder Care Law
Kim Lewis | 404-840-7215
lewis@hurleyeclaw.com
Vial of Life

The Vial of Life Project

We are quite proud to offer Vial of Life decals and forms to the community at no charge. We feel that the Vial of Life is a most
important program for protecting seniors.

We thank American Senior Safety Agency Medical Alert Systems
for donating these decals to our organization.

 
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Compassionate care.

If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion. ~Dalai Lama

Check our providers references 

Choose providers who have been there. Check their references completely. Have them visit with your loved one to ensure a good match. True kindness matters. We know.

How far you go in life depends on your being tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the striving and tolerant of the weak and strong. Because someday in your life you will have been all of these. ~George Washington Carver