Caring For a Loved One (classes for family caregivers)
Caregivers CAN (Connect, Adapt, Navigate)
6-Week Series, $40 per person
Please call for date of next series. (805) 388-1952, ext. 100
This series is designed to offer options and practical support for family caregivers. Knowledgeable and engaging experts speak on topics such as self-care, aging, elder law, and long-term care; a resource notebook with course materials is included. Please ask about respite service for your loved one while you attend the series.
Consulations with trained community resource specialists and social workers are available to assist you and your family in developing a practical, effective plan for your caregiving needs. Every family is unique, the considerations are different, and the struggle is real. We'd love to talk with you and look forward your visit. Please call for an appointment. (800) 900-8582
Caregiver Support Groups
The role of caregiver takes on many different forms and responsibilities. These groups are designed for people who are acting in the caregiving role for a parent, spouse, friend, neighbor or others, who have a chronic health condition. Sometimes people don't identify as a caregiver. Take this Caregiver Quiz today. We look forward to meeting you!
Second and Fourth Friday of each month 9:30am-11:00am | District Offices
First and Third Monday of each month |9:30-11am | Leisure Village (residents only)
Kroll Resource Library
The Kroll Resource Library is a comprehensive collection of specially selected resources related to caregiver duties and chronic disease. Enjoy a tranquil, relaxed environment while you learn more about your health or the health of a loved one.