The Family Caregiver Support Program offers assistance through respite, education, and supplemental services. Caregivers who are caring for loved one’s age 60 or older; or are caring for an individual with Alzheimer’s or a Dementia related illness, may apply.
The IR&A Specialist helps individuals, families, and communities identify, understand, and utilize the program, services, and resources that are available.
Insurance Counseling is offered for individuals who are enrolled in Medicare, Medicare supplemental insurance, and other health insurance options, are available to persons who receive Medicare.
The Legal Assistance Services Program establishes a referral plan for older persons with legal issues who have the greatest economic or social needs.
The Long Term Care Ombudsman seeks to improve the quality of life and quality of care of residents who live in long term care facilities.
The National Family Caregiver Support Program also recognizes the needs of grandparents who are the sole caregivers of children and those individuals who are affected by intellectual or developmental disabilities.