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Robin's Nest is a locally owned company in Carrollton, Ga. that is family operated. Mindy Farley is the owner/administrator of the company, she has been a licensed practical nurse for over 20 years with specialty experience in elder care. She also works as a full-time nurse for a local physician in Carrollton. Mindy's sister, Connie Whaley, is her right hand. Connie is the office manager and coordinates all of the care. On Mondays, you may have a chance to speak with the girl's mother, Anne Parker, who is a true southern lady! Anne helps out in the office as needed. The office is located at the Parker's (Millard & Bertha) old home place in Bowdon Junction, Ga. 


Robin's Nest makes it possible for adults

and elders to remain safely in the comfort

of their own home. This is a positive choice for those who wish to remain close to their history, their possessions and their family memories.

Our caregivers are extensively screened to

assure that our client's are getting the most experienced and compassionate caregivers.


For years families were under the impression 

that nursing homes was the only solution for aging loved ones when changes in physical            

and/or cognitive functioning or perhaps have a

sudden change in their health.


This was Mindy and Connie's own experience with their grandmother after she suffered a stroke several years ago. At that time, there were no choices, she lived out the remainder of her life in a nursing home. 


Their grandmother's name was Christine Folds White, she was a nurses aid in the Nursery at Tanner Medical Center in Carrollton, GA. She made such a remarkable impact on the girl's lives that Mindy decided to follow in her grandmother's footsteps to become a nurse shortly after graduating high school. Connie was already working as a nurses aid at that time.


When the girl's were young, their mother Anne also had her own experience in having to care for her father, Millard Parker who was diagnosed with Cancer. As an only child, all of his caregiving needs were placed on Anne's shoulders. She had no siblings to help out, she was taking care of her father at home 24 hours a day.


    Christine Folds White and Mindy
Anne Parker, Millard Parker and Bertha Parker