We empower and support caregivers and care partners through their caregiving journey. We provide valuable information and resources and make referrals. We host ongoing educational events and special events. Programs are offered to caregivers of any age who assist a person age 60 or older (or of any age if the person has dementia).
Am I a Caregiver?
A caregiver is someone who partners with or supports a person who needs help managing their health and other aspects of their life. Caregivers might support someone temporarily or long-term. Caregivers might also support someone even if they don’t live in the same location.
You might be a caregiver if…
- You pick up groceries for someone who can no longer do so themselves.
- You make sure a family member’s bills are being paid (or you pay those bills yourself).
- You have helped someone with getting dressed, preparing meals, taking a shower, or using the toilet.
- You organize someone’s medication for them and/or take them to medical appointments.
- You have a family member who could not live safely in their home without your help.
Connect and Collaborate
Call 303-441-1617 to learn about resources in the community including:
- Help in the home
- Housing and Long-Term Care options
- Options for caregivers to take a break (respite)
- Legal support
- Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid
- Public assistance benefits, services, and programs
- Guidance and tips on accessing services
- Plan for emergencies
- Family and informal caregiver support training
- …much more!
All calls are free and confidential. Opción disponible en Español.
You can work one-on-one with us when you are not sure where to begin, have multiple caregiving concerns, or need one-on-one support.
Collaborate with our team to:
- Complete a holistic assessment specifically for family and informal caregivers to identify your needs and strengths,
- Develop a plan of action to meet your needs and guide you towards options, and
- Connect you with resources and services based on your unique situation and eligibility.
Our Caregiver Education Series focuses on increasing caregiver confidence, coping skills, the health and safety of care recipients, and quality of life. Sign up for the Caregiver Education Series here.
Check out the “Caregiving Corner” in our monthly newsletter, Aging Well in Boulder County. Past editions can be viewed here. Interested in receiving our newsletter in your email inbox? Email us at email@example.com.