Dina Kadan White

About Dina Kadan White

As Vice President of Kadan Homecare, White oversees the day-to-to day operations and assists with strategic planning for company. White has worked with Kadan full-time for the past 11 years, although she has been engaged with the family-run firm at some level for most of her adult life. Prior to joining Kadan, White served as Director of Product Development at Equifax and previously was a Marketing Director with Wachovia. These jobs prepared her well for a position where she works for the benefit of all aspects of this highly client-focused agency. White holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management from the Georgia Institute of Technology. She is a member of the National Private Duty Association, a membership organization for firms whose homecare model is to employ, train, monitor and supervise caregivers, create a plan of care for the client and work toward a safe and secure environment for the person at home. White is also a member of the National Association for Home Care and Hospice.

Kadan Homecare Celebrates 35th Anniversary in Atlanta’s Home Health Care Community

Family-owned agency reflects on more than three decades of excellence in serving Metro Atlanta families
Atlanta, GA – December 17, 2019 – Kadan Homecare, an award-winning provider of high quality home health services, is celebrating 35 years of serving Atlanta-area families with distinction. The company’s stellar reputation and impeccable track record are built on its fundamental commitment to treating clients like family and helping them live with dignity and independence.

Remember the Seniors on Your Holiday List

The holidays can be a time of great joy and engaging in cherished family traditions can bring some comfort to those who live alone or who live in a senior living facility. However, the season can also cause despondency as seniors reflect on times past, lost loved ones, health concerns or financial problems. The holidays [...]

Kadan Celebrates 35 years in Business

Alzheimer’s Disease Affects Nearly Six Million Americans

November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month, and it’s important to continue to shine light on this devastating illness that affects an estimated 5.7 million Americans. While progress is made every day toward finding a cure, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports that Alzheimer’s death rates increased 55% over the 15-year span from 1999 to 2014.

Aging in Place: Home is Where the Heart Is

AARP research reveals that 75% of older adults prefer to age in place when given a choice. Aging in place is defined as the ability to safely, comfortably and confidently live in the home and community of your choice, regardless of your age, income and the condition of your health. At Kadan Homecare, we broaden [...]

Keep Yourself Safe: Avoid Falls this Fall

September is the time of year when we observe greater awareness around the dangers of falling, particularly for seniors. On September 23, the National Council on Aging will sponsor its annual Falls Prevention Awareness Day to raise awareness about how to prevent fall-related injuries among older adults. Greater education is needed about the impact of [...]

Sandwiched Between Back to School and Caring for Aging Parents

It’s that time of year when students are heading back to school, and for most busy parents, this means that a more hectic schedule is imminent. Whether they’re shuttling kids to and from school or to various school activities, sports practices, and rehearsals, the demand on parents’ time is significant as they jump into a [...]

Independence & Seniors: Understanding When It’s Time to Get Help

Every July, Americans take the time to reflect on the gift of independence and what it means to us as a society. In fact, it’s been said that Americans’ most cherished values are individualism and the ability to be in control of their own lives. Most people think of independence for themselves as not having [...]

Fighting Elder Financial Abuse: June 15 is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

Elder abuse is a serious problem in the United States. According to the Administration for Community Living (ACL), a division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, as many as 1 in 10 older Americans are abused or neglected each year, and only 1 in 14 cases of elder abuse ever comes to [...]

May is National Stroke Awareness Month

This month alone, some 65,000 Americans will experience a stroke with many unaware that they were even at risk. Less than a third will arrive in the emergency room within three hours, the optimal time period for better outcomes. May marks National Stroke Awareness Month, and this year the National Stroke Association is turning the [...]