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Caregiver Support

How We Help

Being a caregiver can be challenging, exhausting, and rewarding work. We are in the business of making it less hard. Whether you are new to caregiving or looking for fresh resources, Age Well offers programs to help you manage the daily needs, including the Helpline: 1-800-642-5119,  classes for caregivers, and downloadable resources. 

Tips for Caregivers

Here are a few tips to consider:

  • Plan ahead
  • Take one day at a time
  • Accept help
  • Get enough rest and nutrition
  • Be good to yourself
  • Learn about available resources
  • Develop contingency plans
  • Make YOUR health a priority
  • Make time for leisure, rest, and relaxation
  • Share your feelings with others

Financial Support for Caregivers

Dementia Respite Grant

The Dementia Respite program provides small grants to unpaid caregivers of individuals with irreversible dementia. The purpose of the grant is to help delay or prevent nursing home placement by offering support and relief to caregivers who care for their loved ones, including in-home services, adult day programs, or personal respite for the care provider.  

Caregiver Training

We offer training opportunities for caregivers which focuses on everything from reducing stress, improving self-confidence, balancing your life and locating resources.

Related Resources

“I was at a point of burnout. With all the extra things we need to do… it is overwhelming. With [this] assistance, I have been able to keep my mother’s care as important as mine, so that I may continue to care for her in the future.”

– Age Well Caregiver Respite Grant Recipient


Contact Us

Call the Helpline at 1-800-642-5119 for more information about available tools and classes for caregivers.

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