Caregiver Support and Education
The Caregiver Support Program offers free support for private individuals that provide care to an older loved one, friend or neighbor or for a Kinship Caregiver who is raising children that are not their own, such as a grandparent, aunt, uncle, cousin or a family friend. Individual consultations, one-on-one skills training, speakers for any size groups, educational courses, lending library and literature help increase knowledge and ability to provide better care for a longer time. Care planning and subsidized case-managed assistance with professional in-home services are available to provide relief and safety for caregivers. AAA 9 offers support for caregivers and is your one-stop-shop for all your caregiving needs including: information and assistance, individual consultations, one-on-one skills training and a multi-media lending library.
Speakers are available to inform your group about PASSPORT, aging issues, caregiving issues, aging advocacy or any other topic related to aging. Schedule an AAA 9 professional to speak to your employees, church groups, service organization or other groups free of charge. AAA 9 can also customize a workshop to educate caregivers on a number of topics including: “Stress and Burnout in Caregiving", “Living With Alzheimers", and many others.
For more information or assistance with caregiving issues or if you would like someone to speak to your group or organization, call 1-800-945-4250 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Workshops and Information
Winter 2022 Newsletter here.
Link to our partners at LPI: here.
2022 Caregiver Workshop Flyer Information here.
Lending Library Titles by Category Information here.
Lending Library Request Form is here.
Project Lifesaver Information related to the current events with the COVID-19: