Generational Child Care is a GA-based child placing agency that was founded on December 2, 2014, in Macon, GA. The main office is located at 275 Northside Crossing in Macon, GA. Its parent company, Generations Adult Day Services, Inc., has been placing adult individuals in the state of Georgia since its 1998 establishment.
Who We Serve
Generational Child Care will serve children with intellectual disabilities, physical disabilities, behavioral issues and mental health issues. Some of the intellectual disabilities that we will serve are individuals who are diagnosed with Autism, Asperger’s, Cerebral Palsy, and/or Down Syndrome. Some physical disabilities may include serving children who are medically fragile or non-ambulatory. Some behavioral issues that GCC will serve include children who have been sexually abused and are sexual predators. Other behavior issues of the children we will serve will include children with assaultive, non-compliant, manipulative, and destructive behaviors. Other behaviors include children that will elope, throw temper tantrums, and steal. Some mental health issues of the children we will serve might include children with bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, generalized anxiety disorder, and personality disorders.
Scope of Services
Generational Child Care will provide foster care services to children. The ages of these children will range from birth to the age of 21. The foster care services we offer will include case management services, quality assurance services, nursing services, and behavior health services. Based on specific diagnosis, some children may require other services. Case management will involve outsourcing services for specific needs children may have.
To “Foster Children with Love” by providing exceptional, high-quality child-placing service through providing stability, promoting permanency, and ensuring healthy and safe home environments.
To provide high-quality child-placing services and be one of the top child-placing agencies in the state of Georgia:
- By helping children to reach permanency
- By providing caring highly trained foster families that have a desire to make the children’s lives full of love and happiness
- By meeting all the needs and wants of the children receiving services