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Family caregivers refresh and renew thanks to caregiver grants

Caregiver grants from LifePath offer caregivers and grandparents raising grandchildren under the age of 18 an opportunity to refresh and renew away from their caregiving and childrearing responsibilities.

Caregivers have used these grants to pay someone (a family member, friend or neighbor) to provide them with in-home respite so they can rest; take a class (such as our workshop series, The Savvy Caregiver Program, for those caring for loved ones with dementia); visit friends or family out of town; and more. These periods of rest and rejuvenation give them peace of mind while knowing that their loved is being cared for while they are away. 

Nov 2017 Caregiver Grants photoAre you the primary caregiver to your grandchild under the age of 18? Caregiver grants are available to grandparents who are raising their grandchildren! Contact us today at 413-773-5555 or 978-544-2259 to learn more.Similarly, grandparents have used grant monies to help pay for childcare, camp fees, or additional household needs, giving them support during difficult times. 

Grants are approved based on availability of funds. Please contact us to see how a caregiver grant might help you. 

Read more about additional support for caregivers at LifePath.