A worthwhile book by Lynda Shrager from Slingerlands.
The Capital Region Caregiver Coalition is an informal group of professionals dedicated to educating caregivers about the resources available to them in New York’s Capital Region. Each member of our Coalition strives to live our mission throughout each of our respective jobs.
Our Mission: To promote community awareness, sensitivity to, and action around delivery of care to seniors.
In response to requests at the Capital District Parkinson’s Support Group, caregivers’ support groups are being formed. In order to provide convenient meeting times, we are asking for your preferences.
STEP I: Questionnaire. If you live in the greater Capital District, please complete the questionnaire by April 13th, either online here OR use the form below and mail to Nancy Eson, 2 Azalea Ct., Albany, NY 12205.
STEP 2: Organizational meeting. On Monday, April 16, 2018, 7:00 p.m. at the Beverwyck Terrace Community Room, 41 Beverwyck Ln, Slingerlands, NY 12159, you are invited to an organizational meeting. At this time, new groups will be formed based on preferred meeting times. Information on how support groups might wish to function will be presented.
You do not need to be present at this meeting to participate in a support group. If you complete the questionnaire, and do not attend the meeting, we will share your contact information with a member of your group, so that they can contact you.
Questions? Please email: email@example.com
Printable PDF File: PARKINSONS CAREGIVER QUESTIONNAIRE
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Caregiver teleseminars a service of http://seniorservicesofalbany.com/
Tools for Caregivers Day:
Resources You Can Use When a Senior Relies on You
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Tools for Caregivers
April 14, 2018
(REGISTRATION OPENS IN MARCH)
Albany Guardian Society Fall 2017 Catalog
Caregiver Support Programs
Caregiver support programs assist informal caregivers—spouses, adult children, other family members, friends and neighbors in their efforts to care for older persons who need help with everyday tasks.
The programs include services to assist the caregiver in their efforts through:
- Assistance and Referral
- Counseling and Support Groups
- Caregiver Training
Home Based Services*
- Personal Emergency Response Systems*
- Short term respite to relieve the caregiver through in-home care or social or medical day care or overnight care in a facility*
*These services require and In-home assessment to determine eligibility