Welcome to Respite Care Atlanta

Providing adult day programs and support resources to older adults, caregivers & families in Atlanta facing cognitive challenges

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For Caregivers

We know that living with a person experiencing cognitive decline requires 24/7 time-intensive care and attention.

 

Caregivers of people with Alzheimer’s or other dementias provided an estimated average of 27.1 hours of care per week.

 

Caregivers are superheroes, but not superhuman. Club RCA provides them a few hours of respite to rest and recharge.

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For Families

Georgians with Alzheimer’s or other dementias aged 65 or older is projected to grow 26.7% by 2025.

 

We understand how supporting a loved one with cognitive challenges can put a strain on families as they dedicate a lot of their personal time to caregiving.

 

Finding a safe and trusted place for family members and their caregivers is a growing need.

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For Volunteers

Respite Care Atlanta understands the importance of providing an engaging, spiritual environment that supports families as they navigate dementia and other cognitive impairments.

Club RCA is a professionally led, volunteer-driven adult respite program designed to support caregivers and their loved ones.

Our volunteers are compassionate and committed and have been supporting the cognitive needs of our Atlanta families since 2018.

Our Atlanta Respite Programs

AT RESPITE CARE ATLANTA, OUR PURPOSE IS TO BRING JOY TO OUR ADULT MEMBERS AND RESPITE FOR THEIR FAMILY CAREGIVERS.

Club RCA

Club RCA offers activities and socialization for older adults facing cognitive challenges.
Our adult day program is designed to highlight the capabilities, interests, and backgrounds of our members for social, spiritual, cognitive and physical fun. 

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Want to Volunteer?

Respite Care Atlanta seeks volunteers of all ages to support our members and families with an affordable, community-based, social-recreational option for adult respite care day programs.
Opportunities to volunteer range from 1 to 3 days a week for 1 to 4 hours between 9:30am and 2:30pm.

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Caregiver Support Groups

RCA’s Caregiver Support Group Program, open to all caregivers taking care of an adult loved one, offers a complimentary service that provides mutual support from peers, strategies to reduce caregiver stress, and helpful resources to navigate the caregiver experience.

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CONTACT RESPITE CARE ATLANTA

WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR ADULT RESPITE PROGRAMS?
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Contact Respite
Care Atlanta

We are located in Buckhead at:
Second Ponce de Leon Baptist Church
2715 Peachtree Rd NE Atlanta, GA 30305
Call : 404-591-4365
Email: info@respitecareatlanta.org

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    Get to Know Respite Care Atlanta

    Learn About Respite Care Atlanta, our mission, our team and leadership, and our supporting congregations that make our adult day program possible for adults and caregivers facing cognitive challenges including Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and other dementia types.

    TESTIMONIALS

    Hear what our Atlanta community and families have to say about Respite Care Atlanta

    Best program for individual interaction as well as group interaction. Each member has a dedicated companion while attending and the volunteers are compassionate, caring, and fun. They truly love what they do. The staff is AMAZING and the music program is second to none. Highly recommend this program for anyone living with dementia.

    Caregiver

    Respite Care Atlanta is a much-needed program providing daily activities for adults with cognitive difficulties.  These activities not only promote the emotional and spiritual well-being of the participants, but will also provide welcomed respite for their caregivers.

    Dr. Allan LeveyProfessor and Chairman of the Department of Neurology at Emory University, and Director of Emory University’s Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center.

    I didn't think I was going to like coming here, but now I cannot imagine going anywhere else. I have so much fun here and have made so many friends.

    Club RCA Member

    Sarahs’ Garden

    Sarahs’ Garden honors two best friends, Sarah Kennedy and Sarah Clarke, who formed one of Atlanta’s first Alzheimer‘s support groups together.   Both women cared for a parent with Alzheimer’s disease.

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