Resources for family caregivers
Are you concerned about the safety of aging parents? Perhaps Mom recently fell and broke a hip, or Dad is having trouble sticking to his doctor's recommendations. Does your loved one seem to be isolated? Not eating well? Having difficulty getting around?
Like most Americans, your parent probably wants to stay at home. You, however, may be worried that he or she might not be safe continuing in the current situation. Your loved one may need more assistance than you can realistically provide.
We're here to help.
Working together as a team, we at Center for Elders' Independence can assist your loved one with the support needed to safely stay at home.This website is one of several ways we can help you:
- Check out the current issue of our e-newsletter. You can subscribe for free and receive a monthly email with topics of current interest.
- Looking for a specific topic? Try our archive of past e-newsletters.
- Ask a caregiving question via our convenient email form.
- There is also a Links for Families page to help you find credible Internet tools and information.
- We even offer an online directory of services covering national, state, and local programs.
We know how much you as a family member are juggling. You want to do all that you can to keep your loved one as healthy and happy as possible. But there are only so many hours in the day!
You don't have to do it alone. Our personalized services are designed specifically to help frail seniors live safely at home.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at 510-433-1150 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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