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2013 Caregiver Resource Manual

Guide to Private-Pay Home Care

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Caregiver Workshops
Free sessions are available for groups throughout COAAA's eight counties and can be modified to meet your needs. To schedule a topic for your group, please contact Lynn Dobb at:
     614-645-3885 or
     1-800-589-7277.

Downloads:

Caregiver
Books & Videos

Community
Care Registry

Caregiver
Support Groups

Alzheimer
Support Groups

Caregiver
Financial/Legal:
Elder Law Attorneys

Estate Recovery


Institutional Medicaid


Long-Term Care Consultations

 

 

Caregiver Support Group:
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Also: free workshops in Bexley!


Caregiver Support


Our staff provide free caregiver advice, education and support for those helping loved ones. If your loved one needs help at home, our staff can advise on hiring, financial help, and senior housing.

Call our caregiver advocate line at 1-866-750-CARE, or check out our highlighted resources below.

Request additional caregiver information for you or a loved one HERE.

Our Caregiver Program Provides:

Information and Assistance:
Whether your loved one needs help at home, or you are looking for financial help, our staff help address the needs and concerns of caregivers and their families.

Counseling:
Help for caregivers is available via telephone or in-home consultation. A professional can provide one-on-one help to caregivers with difficult needs.

Education and Training
:
Caregiver workshops are available in Columbus and central Ohio, free of charge. Please call to find out if trainings are currently scheduled in your county or to make arrangements for caregiver workshops to your county. Our county Partners may offer other types of training and education sessions as well.

Caregiver Respite Services:

Short-term help to alleviate caregiver stress are also available. Caregiver help that encompasses services such as institutional respite, traditional respite, or overnight respite can be accessed through the county partners.

Supplemental Services:

These caregiver services allow flexibility to partners to meet diverse caregiver needs. Emergency help with purchasing medications, or assisting with caregiver travel are some examples.

CAREGIVER BURNOUT
Caregiver stress affects both emotional and mental health. Call and speak with our caregiver advocates, even if you aren't sure where to begin. Help for caregivers is available. Register for one of our caregiving classes to learn about how to help your aging parents while taking care of yourself. Join a caregiver support group, or decide to do something healthy for yourself.

ADDITIONAL COAAA LINKS:
Title III Funding for Older Adults

PASSPORT

Senior Options

Request information via website


SUPPORT GROUP:

Starting 2013!   No Cost To Attend!

Receive a Free Resource Manual!

When:
3rd Wednesday of each month; Choose 12:00-1:00pm or 5:30-7:00pm

2013 Wednesdays:

Nov. 20 Dec. 18

2014 Wednesdays:

Jan .15 July 16
Feb. 19 Aug. 20
March 19 Sept. 17
April 16 Oct. 15
May 21 Nov. 19
June 18 Dec. 17

Free Parking Available

Where:
The Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging
174 E. Long St., Columbus, OH

Attendance is free but registration is necessary. Call 614-645-7250 or
1-800-589-7277 to register.
Request information via email

Led by trained COAAA staff - come to share experiences, discover resources, and ask questions!

A FREE central Ohio caregiver resource manual will be available to all who attend.

CAREGIVER WORKSHOPS:
This free Caregiver Workshop Series will be held the first Thursday of the month - same time and location each month.

Time
: 5:45 - 7:00 pm
Location: Jewish Community Center 1125 College Avenue, Columbus

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