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There are countless support and service agencies throughout North Carolina to help seniors and their families. We have compiled a short list of organizations in Guilford County with whom we have a longstanding relationship. We invite you to contact these groups for further information about the range of services they offer.

 

Senior Resources of Guilford County - sponsors many services that are critically needed by older adults to maintain their independence.

 

The Shepherd's Center of Greensboro - Older adults helping each other pursue independent and active lives of quality, enriched and supported by learning and service activities in caring fellowship.

 

The Alzheimer's Association - the world leader in Alzheimer's research and support, is the first and largest voluntary health organization dedicated to finding prevention methods, treatments and an eventual cure for Alzheimer's.

 

The Senior Guide - was founded as a consultant to the senior population and family members. Their website provides an on-line consultant resource to help familiarize readers with continuously increasing choices in senior living options in North and South Carolina, Virginia and Florida.

 

The Adult Center for Enrichment - enriches the lives of frail and impaired adults, their families, and the community through specialized adult day services, respite care, education and support.

 

What is the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys? - Established in 1988 by a group of attorneys who recognized the need for Elder Law, the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys is a professional association concerned with improving the availability and delivery of legal services to older adults.

 

 

The North Carolina Advocates for Justice (NCAJ) - is dedicated to educating the public about its mission and goals, the work of trial lawyers, and the justice system as a whole. They welcome your interest in the North Carolina Advocates for Justice (NCAJ) and hope you will take time to learn more about the different communities served.