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Senior LinkAge Line logo. Want help on the phone? Call the Senior LinkAge Line. 1-800-333-2433Information and services to help you care for an older adult (such as a parent, spouse, partner or other relative), while keeping your life in balance.

Learn about resources to help you care…even from a distance. Includes planning ahead, arranging care, managing stress, dealing with family issues, learning new care tasks, and about your role as caregiver.


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Education / Training
Services to help you learn more about caregiving; community resources for future planning; understanding and coping with stress; and skills that will help you perform new care tasks.
Caregiver Consultant
One-to-one support and advice to keep your life in balance while caring for a partner or older adult; Understanding your caregiver role; Managing stresses of giving care; staying healthy; problem solving; and help communicating with family and others involved in the care.
Support Groups
Group opportunities to meet and gain support from others caring for an ill partner or parent; learn about managing care and finding community resources.
Respite Care and Adult Day Services
Services for your partner or relative while giving you some time for yourself. This includes in-home, out-of-home and adult day services.
Technology for Every Day Living
Equipment and devices for supporting the independence and safety of older adults. Including home modifications, emergency response systems, durable medical equipment and assistive devices.
Consumer Directed Care
Services which increase an older adult's choices in selecting care providers. It includes options for paying a friend or neighbor to provide the care.
Home Health Care
Care provided in the home by nurses, home health aides, physicians, and rehabilitation specialists to restore or promote functional abilities
Hospice and End of Life Care
Information, support and services to help you care for someone who is in the advanced stages of a disease or dying
Services in the Home
Supports and services to help older persons and adults with disabilities stay in their homes. Including chore, homemaker, home delivered meals, transportation and companion services.
Financial and Legal Advice
Find resources to help with legal or financial issues you may have in your role as a caregiver.
Housing / 24 hour Supervision
Local housing options for the person for whom you're caring.
Medical / Behavioral Health Services
Services to help you with ongoing worry or anxiety, depression, and concerns related to use of alcohol or prescripton drugs.

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