The Aging & Disability Resource Center offers a variety of services for people who provide care to a family member or other loved one.
Caregiver Education and Training
Caregiver support Information and assistance to meet needs and to access publicly-funded programs:
Supportive services (e.g., in-home assistance, transportation, etc.)
Training OpportunitiesTaking Care of You: Powerful Tools for Caregiving Identifying
and reducing stress
Communicating feelings, needs and concerns
Learning from our emotions
Mastering caregiving decisions
In-home training or assistance to find it
Training on such topics as infection control, difficult behaviors,
Respite CareRequests for daytime respite may be accommodated by the Adult Day Center or by reimbursement to an in-home provider. Overnight respite is generally available at assisted living facilities or nursing homes. Reimbursement of an in-home provider is also possible.
Resource LibraryOur "Knowledge Nook" has video tapes, books, brochures, Internet access and other material.