Helping older adults age well at home.
Are you or do you know an older adult who lives at home alone? We offer social time provided by trained volunteers for (non-medical) support and socialization.
Indoor light housekeeping includes:
- laundry services
- floor care kitchen/bathroom cleaning
- light “fit it”services (changing light bulbs, smoke detector batteries)
- menu planning
- meal prep
Let us walk beside you as you manage and live your life while caring for another person. You will develop you own caregiver support plan and connect with resources in the community
Come and share your story with others in a professionally facilitated, safe, confidential environment. Share concerns and feelings regarding your role as caregiver and learn from others.
Education and Information:
Powerful Tools for Caregivers (offered twice a year), Caregiver Essentials, Elder Abuse Awareness, Depression, Social Isolation & Caregiver Stress, Dementia Friends, Dementia Friendly at Work, and many referrals and connections to other area services.
Upcoming Education Sessions
These services are made possible in part by a Live Well at Home grant from the Minnesota Department of Human Services and under the Federal Older Americans Act through a contract from Central Minnesota Council on Aging under an Area Plan approved by the Minnesota Board on Aging.