Avondale Health Services & In Home Care

“The people at AHS really care. They have a passion for serving seniors and they’re great at it. I sleep great at night knowing Mom is in great hands."

We treat our residents like family and their well being is our #1 priority. Most of our staff members have been with us for five to ten years.

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Key Features

In order to help assess additional necessary services that a new client may need, the Administrative Director (RN) gives support on an ongoing basis to the care givers. This helps the client in making an easy transition from their present situation to the new environment.

Prior to admission of a new client, the Administrator Director (RN) makes a full assessment of all medications. She also contacts the client’s pharmacy to ensure monthly delivery of all pre-packed medications from the pharmacy.

The Administrative Director (RN) writes the care plans for each client and trains the staff to give individual care as an outline in the Care Plan.

Some Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How do I arrange for senior living or home care services?
A. A phone call to our office will put you in touch with a member of our administrative staff. After a brief conversation with you, we will determine with you which senior living or home care options are appropriate.

Q. Who pays for the senior living or home care services?
A. Services can be paid for directly by the client and/or family members, long-term care through private insurance companies or partial assistance from the Georgia Medicaid Program (CCSP). We also assist veterans to access support from the VA Aid and Attendance Program. We will screen your benefit plan and confirm with you your level of coverage.

Q. How long has Avondale Health Services been serving the community?
A. Avondale Health Services has been in operation since 1990. The company prides itself on its dedication and continuing efforts to provide the best senior living and healthcare services.

Q. Is the company licensed and insured?
A. Both Avondale Homes and Avondale Home Care are licensed are licensed by the Georgia Department of Human Resources and insured for all applicable liability coverages.

Q. Is the client’s course of treatment documented, detailing the specific tasks to be carried out
by each caregiver?

A. Documentation of treatment is completed at each senior living facility or at each home care visit as required. A list of specific tasks known as a “Care Plan” is also completed when the case starts and adjusted as needed. The original copy is added to the client’s file.

Q. What procedures are in place to handle emergencies?
A. Avondale Health Services has a Patient Care Coordinator on call 24 hours a day. A nurse can be reached to arrange for immediate assistance in case of an emergency.

About Us

AVONDALE HEALTH SERVICES (AHS) was established and incorporated in 1990. Our goal is to address the problems associated with the shortage of health care personnel and quality senior living facilities in Georgia, particularly the metro Atlanta community.


Our Services

Health and vitality can be enjoyed even to a very advanced age. At AVONDALE HOMES, it is our goal to help our residents protect and maintain optimum physical fitness, while retaining their dignity and independence.


Meet Rachel

Rachel Waldemar, RN has been the administrative director of AVONDALE HEALTH SERVICES (AHS) since its inception in 1990. She received her education and training as a registered nurse in the United Kingdom and has been a licensed practitioner for over 40 years.