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Alzheimer's Care in Southern Georgia | Area Info

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Southern Georgia Alzheimer's Care Communities

For loved ones afflicted with Alzheimer's disease, there are more Alzheimer's care options to be considered than just home care assistance. Assisted living facilities have become an attractive alternative for Alzheimer's care in recent years, as some are specially equipped and staffed to attend to Alzheimer's patients. Alzheimer's Care offerings should include emphasis on: * Safety - there should be constant supervision to handle wandering patients * Structured Routine - consistent activities that echo the habits of the individual * Personalized Attention - Alzheimer's care staffers should have a full understanding of residents' specific needs

The Atlantic Coastal Plain is south of the fall line, a line extending across Georgia from Augusta on the Savannah River, at the South Carolina border, to Milledgeville on the Oconee River, to Macon on the Ocmulgee River, to Columbus on the Chattahoochee River, at the Alabama border. The fall line is so named because it is the geomorphic contact of the Piedmont and Coastal Plain; rivers flowing across this juncture produce waterfalls. Cities were created at these falls on major rivers as points for cargo transfer from riverboats and barges to trains and wagons.

The Coastal Plain has two parts, the Upper Coastal Plain and the Lower Coastal Plain.
Courtesy of Edwin Jackson, Carl Vinson Institute of Government, University of Georgia
Lower Coastal Plain
In the Upper Coastal Plain, which covers the central and southwestern portions of the state, agriculture is the dominant activity. The core of the state's peanut, cotton, and vegetable industry is here. The Lower Coastal Plain includes the actual coastal area of the state and the Sea Islands, as well as the Okefenokee Swamp. Although some agricultural activity occurs, the area is significant because of shipping and recreation associated with the Georgia coast.

 
 

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