Beth Dow is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of LaGrange College with a BA in Psychology and Social Work. She is a Certified Alzheimer’s Educator, a Certified Senior Advisor and a Geriatric Case Manager.
Beth opened Home Helpers of GA & AL, a Home Care agency, in 2007. Her goal was to provide families support as they cared for their aging parents. As the business grew, her husband and son, joined her in the business. In 2018 she turned the business over to her son Grant so she could pursue her passion, which is education. In January of 2018, Beth launched a new company, Solutions by Beth. The goal of SB2 is to provide guidance and education to both the family and the professional caregiver. Beth presents community presentations and workshops for seniors, the children of aging parents, and family and professional caregivers. She has provided CEU programs for many hospitals, senior communities, rehab, nursing and hospice, as well as other professional organizations. 2018 brought the publication of her new book “My Loved One Has Dementia. Now What?”. In February of 2019, she took a short 3-month contract to help an Assisted Living Community with a few challenges. 5 months later, she is still there. “I came to help with processes and regulations and fell in love with the residents.” Beth is presently the new Director of Monarch House Assisted Living.
Beth has spoken at National and State conferences. Beth is a certificated instructor for The Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving. She is a past county Chair for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Coweta and Troup Counties. She is a past board chair for Newnan Coweta Habitat for Humanity, Past President of Historic Newnan Kiwanis, and is presently on the board for the Home Care Association of America Georgia Chapter and Dunson Redevelopment Corporation (Dunson Apartments, a property of DASH, Dependable, Affordable, Sustainable Housing. Dunson Apartments is a Senior Living Community)
She has been married to her childhood sweetheart for 40 years and they have 2 boys, 2 daughters-in-law, 5 grandchildren. Beth and her husband Phillip love to travel.