Family Caregiver Support

If you regularly look after a loved one, you are a family caregiver.

You may be a family member, friend, or a neighbor.  You may be a full-time caregiver or someone who regularly checks in.  You may be the person who provides rides, grocery shops, or assists with daily care.  All of these activities are considered caregiving.

Providing care for a loved one can be both rewarding and challenging. As a caregiver, you may lose out on pay and benefits, experience high levels of stress and burnout, and feel as though you are unprepared for the task at hand. We can help.

Family Caregiver Program

You can access free information & referral services. The Family Caregiver Program provides you with information about:

  • Alzheimer’s disease and memory disorders
  • Aging and chronic disease management
  • Housing
  • Financial resources
  • Nursing facilities
  • Caregiving & caregiver respite
  • Transition home from the hospital or a nursing facility
  • Elder law
  • In-home care

You can receive help in person, virtually, or by phone.  Community Options Resource Specialists will listen to your unique situation, provide information, and help you make a plan.  They will be with you every step of the way to make sure you get the help you need.

Contact us for more information today.

What people are saying about the Family Caregiver Program

Family Caregiver 4

Very knowledgeable, professional, pleasure working with LifePath.