ACAP Cobb & Cherokee will offer its inaugural program on February 15, 2024, at Covenant Presbyterian Church, Kapperman-Williams Hall, 2881 Canton Road, Marietta. The program will focus on “Finding and Using  

Senior Services in Your Local Community.” Finding appropriate agencies and  professionals to address senior services and support  can overwhelm adult children, their parents, and other  family members. Knowing where to go and whom to  contact before a crisis is essential in helping adult children and other family caregivers feel more informed  and less stressed. Participants will become more  knowledgeable about the full array of senior services  and resources available in the local community. The  program begins at 6:30pm. 

Speakers for the program are Kathy Lathem and  Deanna (De) Gale. Lathem is Strategic Partnerships  Liaison at Cobb County Senior Services. Gale is Resource  Coordinator, Cherokee County Senior Services.  

ACAP Cobb & Cherokee is a chapter of, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization established in 2012. ACAP chapters are based in local communities and led by local professionals who understand the joys and challenges of the caregiving experience. ACAP Cobb & Cherokee will pro vide a variety of monthly programs that offer information,  resources, support, and community for adult-children  as they care for their aging parents and for themselves.  There is no cost to attend monthly programs, and all who  are caring for older adults are welcome.  

ACAP Cobb & Cherokee will meet on the third  Thursday of each month at Covenant Presbyterian  Church, Kapperman-Williams Hall, 2881 Canton Road,  Marietta, GA. For more information, or to register for this  and other upcoming free programs, visit www.acap, or contact Mr. Christian Kuswita,  ACAP Cobb & Cherokee chapter co-coordinator, at