Being attentive to a loved one's physical, emotional, and practical needs takes courage, patience, and endurance. You will most likely learn a lot about yourself, about how to access healthcare supports, and about relating to your care partner as their needs change. We believe that each one of you brings unique strengths and skills to being a caregiver.
The answer is yes if you provide practical or emotional assistance to a
family member or friend who is living with some kind of health condition,
memory loss or cognitive impairment. This includes loved ones who are quite
healthy, while also experiencing the challenges associated with aging.
A few of the situations caregivers are dealing with: Parkinsons, dementia,
memory loss, stroke, cancer, mobility limitations, Huntingtons,
isolation, loneliness, transitions to long-term care and accessing home
by calling 604-985-7138, or email the registration form to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Coordination of care: transportation to appointments, arranging services, visiting
- Support: phone check-in, supervision, emotional support
- Personal care: dressing, bathing, eating
- Household work: house cleaning, shopping, running errands, preparing meals, yard work
Registration is free and your information will remain confidential.
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― Brene Brown
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“It’s so good to be with people who understand and care”.
with people who understand your experiences.
strategies to feel calmer and stay healthy.
about local services that can assist you and your loved one.
- Monthly Caregiver support groups and relevant workshops
- Stress management strategies and relaxation techniques
- Telephone support and one-to-one consultations
- Bi-monthly Newsletter with informative articles
- Easy-to-read Blog posts and FaceBook updates
- Referrals to health care and community services
- Resource Library with books, videos, and articles
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