In previous generations, folks lived—and then they died—in close proximity to family.  With advances in technology and medical care, people are now living longer.   While there is still no miracle cure for aging—no fountain of youth— on average, we live longer and have access to greater resources that increase quality of life.  Rather than an abrupt end, more of us will face some period of gradual decline requiring skilled care.

“The first step is to begin the conversation about what is most important for your family’s future”
In the middle of a Georgia summer, the days are long and it seems like we’ve got more time for the things we enjoy.