Free Caregiver Resource Center
Are you concerned about an older adult (60 and up) or someone with Alzheimer’s or related dementia who lives at home or in a senior living community? Do you help with grocery shopping, housekeeping, bathing, dressing, supervision or transportation? Are you a grandparent or relative (55 and up) raising a child and/or a disabled relative (19-59)?
As a caregiver, you are doing a tough, yet rewarding job. Interfaith can help you—and the person you care about. Our free resource center helps family and friends with caregiving by providing options to help you deal with current and future needs. Here, you’ll find help for every caregiver situation.
- Living options and care information, including inspection reports and touring guides
- Breaks from caregiving – respite services and grants
- Valuable contacts for medical, legal, financial, community and self support
- Alzheimer’s & dementia support – services and grants
- Resources and ideas to help relieve the stressful feelings involved with caregiving
- Grandparent & relative caregiver resources to aid those caring for children and/or a disabled relative 19-59
- Retreats and conferences offered for caregivers
- Resource Library – an extensive source of brochures, videotapes, CDs and books on caregiver-related subjects, ranging from coping with caregiving, to technical info on how to give an older adult a bath
- Information and resources for employers to support employees
Living Options: designed to assist individuals, caregivers and professionals who are seeking appropriate living accommodations, this website provides information on a range of options – from independent living through skilled nursing communities.
Wisconsin’s Family Caregiver Support Programs: located in every county and tribe in Wisconsin, this statewide resource provides information, support, and resources to people who need help caring for a family member, friend, or neighbor. Call 866-843-9810 to talk to a knowledgeable caregiver resource specialist.