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Caregiver Support Services
An innovative resource providing referrals, services and assistance, Caregiver Support Services at Park View provides the support you need to confidently care for your loved one at home.
Providing care to a loved one at home can be overwhelming. Caregiver Support Services can share the insight to tackle caregiving challenges. We support seniors in their home after a hospitalization or rehab stay, and also provide support to those caring for seniors aged 60 and better in Wright county, including those with special needs such as Alzheimer’s and related disorders.
- One to one support
- Referrals tailored to caregiver’s specific needs
- In-home volunteer respite services
Resources for Enhancing
Alzheimer’s Caregiver Health
This educational program is specifically designed for caregivers whose loved one has recently been diagnosed with memory loss. These sessions can be held at Park View or in-home and help you understand and manage the stresses of this disease.
When possible, a trained volunteer can come to your loved one’s home to provide companionship while you are attending the sessions.
Five times each year, free educational and supportive seminars are offered to caregivers. Topics may include:
- Advanced Directives
- Self Care for the Caregiver
- Living with Grief or Loss
- Caring for Someone with Dementia
- Technology for Better Aging at Home
- Helping our Parents Age in Place
Additional topics may be added throughout the year.
Dedicated, compassionate volunteers are ready to help with services such as companionship visits and respite care, when the caregiver is away or just needs a well-deserved break. All volunteers are background checked, trained by professionals and carefully matched with families according to needs.
Interested in volunteering? Contact Theresa:
Caregiver Support Services is located within Park View. Services are paid under contract with the Central Minnesota Council on Aging as part of the Older Americans Act program, and cost sharing between those who are receiving services.
No person will be denied access to services due to inability to pay.