Frequently Asked Questions
When older persons or their families contact us regarding housing options, nursing care, meal delivery service, home repairs, low-income elderly options, etc., we refer them to aging service providers dedicated to excellence within their communities. Organizations who are affiliates of the Center are listed in our database for consumers to search and choose from.
If we cannot answer your questions or immediately provide you with the information you need, you’ll be referred to the appropriate source.
The Center does not provide any direct services to consumers. Instead, we connect/refer consumers (older adults and their families) to organizations or individuals within our aging network who can get them the help they need. We strongly encourage individuals to access resources and information through our website – www.centerforpositiveaging.org.
After visiting our website, if your question is still not answered, please feel free to call us.
No, we do not provide any direct services to consumers. This means that if you visit our office location, you WILL NOT find a senior / activities center. What you’ll meet is an office and our small staff.
Go to the Quick Search tab on the main menu above and choose the category you want to search. Providers of aging services are listed in each category. Choose the provider organization (s) you want from the table and then contact them.
LeadingAge Georgia, (formerly Aging Services of Georgia), is the 501(c)6 umbrella organization for the Center for Positive Aging, its consumer arm, and the Georgia Institute on Aging, its education arm. LeadingAge Georgia mission is to serve every aspect of elder care both from the perspective of the consumer and from the perspective of the provider.
LeadingAge Georgia is the State (Georgia) Association of LeadingAge.
The Center for Positive Aging serves as the consumer arm of LeadingAge Georgia. Over 150 provider members of LeadingAge Georgia function as resource centers throughout the state to assist consumers and aging communities find the products and services they need.
Culture Change Network of Georgia / Culture Change Network is a grassroots movement dedicated to transforming elder adult services, based on person-directed and person-centered values and practices, where the voices of elders and those working with them are honored and respected.
An incorporated organization which exists for educational or charitable reasons, and from which its shareholders or trustees do not benefit financially. Any money earned must be retained by the organization, and used for its own expenses, operations, and programs. Many non-profit organizations also seek tax exempt status, and may also be exempt from local taxes including sales taxes or property taxes.
To be tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, an organization must be organized and operated exclusively for exempt purposes set forth in section 501(c)(3), and none of its earnings may inure to any private shareholder or individual. In addition, it may not be an action organization, i.e., it may not attempt to influence legislation as a substantial part of its activities and it may not participate in any campaign activity for or against political candidates.