Care2Caregivers: When you care, we are there:
Making life a little easier for Caregivers:
Compassionate and experienced peer support
Very few of us are prepared to become caregivers. When someone we love is first diagnosed with dementia, we can’t imagine how much they will change.
Our lives become full of uncertainty. We are not sure what will happen. We desperately want to help but aren’t sure how. We have no idea what the future will bring.
Care2Caregivers was created to help dementia caregivers. Our peer counselors have all been caregivers themselves. They are trained and familiar with the broad range of services that can help caregivers. They offer you a wealth of valuable tips and “lessons learned.” Contact us today.
* Advice on how to respond to changes in thinking, behavior and moods.
*Tips on helping everyday activities go more smoothly.
*Counseling and Education.
*Coaching on how to manage difficult behaviors.
*Referrals to Resources.
*Help negotiating community services.
Speak to one of our caregivers: (1-800) 424-2494
We will communicate with you in the way that is most convenient for YOU;
Phone, Text, Email, Post Mail
You Are Not Alone:
Alzheimer’s disease is life-changing for both those who are diagnosed and those close to them. Whether you are just beginning your care giving journey or have been on the path a while, there is no need for you to go through it alone.
An experienced caregiver from Care2Caregivers can walk beside you, providing support, guidance and the compassion that only someone who has been there can offers.
Support Groups: We offer online support groups, please call to learn about dates and times.
Speak to one of our caregivers: 1-800-424-2494
Visit us at Care2Caregivers.com
Quotes from others:
“Thank you so much for calling me. You are such an angel. I had the resource book right in front of me but I just didn’t know where to start.”
“I appreciate you thinking of me, I have been having such a hard time and your call has given me hope.”
“Talking with you really helped me calm down. I was upset about my mom’s behavior and talking with you helped me better understand what was going on. I feel so much better about talking with you.”
*Care2Caregivers is funded by the State of New Jersey Department of Human Services through the COPSA Institute of Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders at Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care.
Disclaimer: I have not used this service so my opinion is neither yes or no on how good it is but please feel free to contact the above number for more information.
My best of luck to all you caregivers. This is not an easy job but one of the most rewarding you will ever have. Tie a know and hang on. It is a tough job.
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