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Aloha To Aging, Inc.

4608 Lower Roswell Rd
Marietta, GA 30068-4237
(678) 439-1177
Services Offered:
Support Services, Adult Day Care, Referral Agencies
Aloha To Aging, Inc. serves Cobb County, GA
  • General Information
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  • Description
    About My Business
    Aloha To Aging, Inc. empowers family care givers, aging care receivers and volunteers in a positive, nurturing manner through quality programming.

    Our objectives include:
    • Provide a nurturing and socially stimulating environment for those 55 and older with mild to moderate impairments.
    • Provide respite for their care partners.
    • Offer support services for families with aging loved ones.
    • Involve and train volunteers to become an integral and important part of our programs.
    • Provide intergenerational program opportunities for Aloha Day Club.
    About My Services
    Aloha Day Club meets weekly on your chosen day(s) from 10:30am - 2:00pm. We provide a stimulating, social and therapeutic program for seniors 55+. Club members enjoy . . .
    • Meeting new friends
    • Sharing conversation
    • Exercise
    • Outside group visits
    • Games
    • Art
    • Music & Sing-a-longs
    • Themed and Intergenerational programs

    While you have a much needed break, our staff ensures your loved one's adjustment to the group is a top priority.


    Family Care Giver Support Meeting is open to family members who are assisting an aging loved one inside or outside of the home. We meet the first Monday of each month at 10:30am.

    Bereavement Support Group meets the first Monday of each month at 2:30pm.

    Educational Opportunities are offered each month on various topics designed for family caregivers dealing with aging issues. Visit for updated listings.
    Experience And Credentials
    Dawn Reed, CSA is Founder and Executive Director of Aloha to Aging, Inc.
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