Caregiver Respite Care
The purpose of respite care is to allow caregivers time to self-care while providing additional supports in the home. AgeLinc can help connect families caring for seniors at home with needed respite and in-home services. If you are a caregiver of someone with dementia living at home, ask AgeLinc if you qualify for additional respite hours through Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care grant funding.
Looking for opportunities to connect and learn as a caregiver? AgeLinc has annual, monthly and special education opportunities for both Caregivers of Seniors and Relative Caregivers of Children. Attend our free annual conferences for Caregivers of Seniors and Relative Caregivers of Children or register for our free monthly Lunch-N-Learn caregiver education series.
AgeLinc provides programming that can help reduce the stress of caregiving for people with dementia, as well as education on how to prepare financially and physically for aging comfortably at home. See more details on our Education page.
Emergency Financial Support (GAP Assistance)
If you are a caregiver of someone with dementia living at home or a relative caregiver of a minor, AgeLinc has some emergency assistance available to address the one-time safety and care needs of both caregiver and care-receiver. See more details on our Financial Support page.