Meet James and Henry

Raising his son, Henry, has been the most fulfilling experience of James’s life. Henry, however, requires special medical attention and supports.

James knows he is less able to support Henry now that he is older and is starting to wonder how Henry will access the support he needs to continue living a full life with a disability.

James was starting to worry about finding a long-term solution for Henry’s care. Since contacting Empowerline™, James has accessed invaluable resources for persons with disabilities in Georgia. With our help, he’s been able to create a plan for Henry’s care both today and tomorrow.

Me, we, tomorrow worksheet

Being a caregiver can be tough.

Between meeting your needs, your loved one needs, and juggling daily tasks with future planning, sometimes important to-dos can go overlooked.

We’ve answered to these challenges with a framework to simplify the complex. You can use this worksheet to clearly define priorities, identify dependencies, and move toward a brighter future for you and your loved one.

We designed a worksheet for you.

Abuse and Neglect

Housing Blueprint and tools

Housing for Persons with a Disability

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Georgia Voting 101

Coordinating Care for Adults with Disabilities

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Employment With a Disability

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Housing Options for Adults with IDD

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Personal Care

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Resources for Dementia, Including Alzheimer’s Disease

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Long-term Services & Supports Planning

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Home Modifications and Repair

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Advance Directives

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Medicare, Medicaid, and Health Insurance

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Financial Help

Transportation Options

Eligibility, costs, and process

Once you’ve found the solutions that are right for you, we can answer all your questions about next steps and payment options.

Connecting you to essential services and resources.

Help three ways

Your needs come first. How can we help you? Call now, open a chat window, or leave a message for us to contact you later.

Help three ways

Your needs come first. How can we help you? Call now, open a chat window, or leave a message for us to contact you later.

Looking for the latest guidance on the Covid-19 virus?

The CDC has created this video: “Covid019: What Older Adults Need to Know.”  You can also read CDC’s full list of pandemic-related recommendations.

If you are looking to connect with resources and services for older persons and individuals and disabilities in metro Atlanta, please contact us at or 404-463-3333.