Are you or someone you know helping an older adult who is your spouse, partner, family member, friend, or neighbor and you’re looking to connect for support? Give us a call. Our team of experienced professionals will help you navigate the journey. Our services include:
Education & Access to Resources: Our staff have many years’ experience supporting caregivers, so they can provide you with quality educational materials and information about local resources for your caregiving journey, as well as offer strategies for support and self-care.
Memory Loss Caregiver Support Groups (online): Open to persons caring for someone experiencing Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia.
Caregiver Coaching: Our staff are providing caregiver-coaching support to individuals who are providing care to an adult experiencing any form of dementia.
The Gathering: A stimulating in-person program for people living with memory loss that provides four hours of respite for their family caregivers. Caregivers also have the opportunity to connect with staff for educational materials and support, as well as to form a support network with other caregivers. To learn more, visit our website at www.lyngblomsten.org/thegathering.
Group eRespite: Our online Group eRespite program provides one hour of engaging, creative programming for persons experiencing memory loss and a break for their caregivers. Multiple sessions held each week in the morning and afternoon. To learn more, visit our website at www.lyngblomsten.org/eRespite.
Powerful Tools for Caregivers: A six week class that aims to help caregivers take better care of themselves while caring for others. See the “Powerful Tools for Caregivers” entry above (under “Health, Wellness, and Spirituality”) for more details, including registration information.
For more information about any of our Caregiver Services, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Lisa Brown at (651) 632-5320. Additional information is available at www.lyngblomsten.org/caregiving.
Lyngblomsten Caregiver Services is supported, in part, by gifts made to the Lyngblomsten Foundation and is funded under an award with Trellis as part of the Older Americans Act.
Jan 1 - Dec 31st, 2022