Intentionally designed with special attention paid to the unique needs of senior citizens, the Center was developed to provide practical, compassionate and reality-based support for caregivers, and for those with ongoing health conditions. The Center is clean, friendly, accessible and professional. A variety of services are available that you and your family may find beneficial throughout the many transitions and seasons of life. Services in the Center are provided at no charge.
The center provides family and other unpaid caregivers with meaningful information, referral, consultation and other support, enabling them to provide competent care to their loved ones at home, while managing the stress that often accompanies care giving.
There are many different kinds of support groups and it is important to find the one that fits for you. Anyone can create a support group, so groups can vary widely in content, approach, and quality. this article from Brainline.org can help you sort it out.
This guide from MoneyGeek.com will help prepare you for managing the day-to-day activities for a parent, spouse, sibling, or adult child with a chronic condition who cannot care for him or herself.
A nonprofit organization providing education, peer support, and resources to family caregivers across the country free of charge.
The alliance supports and sustains the important work of families nationwide caring for loved ones with chronic, disabling health conditions.
The organization brings together caregivers and volunteers through online communities that organize daily life during times of medical crisis or caregiver exhaustion in neighborhoods and communities worldwide.
An article from Brainline.org about caregiving. If I could hand a brochure to the people in my life explaining what it’s like to care for someone with TBI, it would probably read something like this.