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Caregiver Support Program

Caregiving is a marathon, not a sprint. It is important for caregivers to take care of themselves and refuel along the way.

We are proud to support caregivers in our community. The Caregiver Support Program seeks to reduce caregiver stress and reinforce the care provided to a care recipient at home. If you or someone you know provide care to another, the Caregiver Support Program may be able to provide reimbursement for supplies, services and respite that you use as part of your caregiving. 

Support Groups

It is important to remember that you are not alone. Caregivers often feel isolated, so it is important to seek out support and be a part of the larger caregiving community.

Caregivers across the Country join together to support one another in their journey. See the links below for online support groups.

Family Caregiver Alliance Online Support Group

Alzheimer's Association Online Community

Daily Strength Grandparents Raising Children Online Community

Information Sites

Over 300 educational resources including dementia and activities for caregivers and grandparents:

Generations United

Care Managers

Care managers are available to meet with you and review your current needs. Care managers can also provide information about available services, community resources, and training. Also available are Certified Senior Advisers, Chronic Care Professionals, and Certified Care Managers to help answer any questions or concerns you may have in planning for the future. 

If you're a caregiver and would like us to contact you please send us a message or call us at 814-765-2696

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