Caring for Caregivers

Offers free support for private individuals that provide care to an older loved one, friend or neighbor.  Individual consultations, one-on-one skills training, speakers for 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-management assistance with professional in-home services are available to provide relief and safety for caregivers. For more information on our Caregiver Support Groups, please click here.


Powerful Tools for Caregivers

In just six weekly sessions, you’ll learn to use tools that can help you:

  • Reduce personal stress
  • Communicate your feelings and needs to others, including other family members and your doctor.
  • Reduce guilt, anger, and depression
  • Relax your mind and body
  • Make difficult decisions
  • Set goals and solve problems
  • Get rid of self-negative talk

These tools can help you maintain a positive attitude.  As a caregiver, it is important to have a positive outlook.  When you join the program, you will receive ‘The Caregiver Help Book’.  This help book has important information on:

  • Hiring in-home help
  • Making legal and financial decisions
  • Deciding if someone should continue to drive

Click here for the Caregiver Program Brochure