Caregiving places demands on people. There is no one profile of a caregiver, a caregiver’s situation, or the duration of the caregiving experience. Caregiving can range from periodic phone calls and visits from distant caregivers, buying groceries or managing money, to the daily duties of personal care. Caregiving responsibilities may also be spread over several households and beyond family to friends and acquaintances.
Information, training, decision support, respite, problem solving alternatives, and social support are among the things offered as services to caregivers. In Idaho there are several programs to aid caregivers with their responsibilities and challenges.
The Area Agency on Aging holds two support groups at our main office on 935 Lincoln Road for caregivers:
If you would like more information for either of these support groups contact Jodi Stanton at 208-522-5391 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
You don’t have to do it alone! Powerful Tools for Caregivers is an award-winning six week program that has helped thousands of family caregivers. Contact Jodi Stanton at 208-522-5391 or email@example.com for more information or to register for the next class.
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