As our loved ones get older, many find themselves assisting them with essential daily tasks while juggling a job or other responsibilities. Whether we realize it or not, that’s a caregiver and keeping everything together can take its toll. Caregivers need to know that their efforts are appreciated and may need a place to talk openly or receive guidance and support about what to do next. Let us help.
Contact one of our trained Caregiver Support Specialists:
Phone: 231-733-3531 or 231-683-4760
Email: [email protected]
Caregivers Available Support and Resources
- Individualized short-term emotional support
- Referral services
- Educational resources
- Respite services
- Support group counseling
Caregiver Link Monthly Newsletter – March 2023
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Caregiver Support Groups
White Lake Community Library
3900 W. White Lake Dr., Whitehall
182 East St., Coopersville
560 Seminole Rd., Muskegon
Every Thursday – 1-2:30 p.m.
Four Pointes Center for Successful Aging
1051 S. Beacon Blvd., Grand Haven
Oceana County Council on Aging
4250 Tyler Rd., Hart
2nd & 4th Friday – 1:30-3:00 p.m.
1028 Allen Springs Ln., Jenison
Trualta – A Free Online Resource
Caregivers often have questions: Am I doing this right? How do I find answers to my questions? Where can I get help? Trualta, a free online resource offered through Senior Resources, can help address those questions, and more. Trualta is an interactive learning platform to help caregivers with engaging and personalized training to help manage care for an older adult. Topics available include: Brain Health, Diabetes Care, Personal Care, Caregiver Wellness, Safety and Injury Prevention, Activities and Recreation, Dementia, Stroke Recovery, Grandparents Supporting Grandchildren, Music Therapy, and Local Resources.
To learn more, visit seniorresources.trualta.com to sign up or contact one of our Caregiver Support Specialists.