CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATES
Following the CDC’s recent COVID-19 recommendations for older adults, the Alzheimer’s Care Resource Center is suspending all upcoming in-person support groups, events and workshops. For additional support, please call us at (561) 588-4545
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – CDC
Florida Department of Health
When your loved one doesn’t need a nurse, but could use a friend
We provide the Caregiving Tools you need to successfully navigate your journey.
For Caregivers. For Families. For Friends.
- Socialization, Stimulation & Professional Companion Care
- Memory Care Training – family members & household staff
- Activities based on current level of cognitive function
- Respite Relief for Family Caregivers
- Pre-placement & Post-Placement Services
- Personalized Assisted Living or Skilled Nursing Recommendations
- Moving Assistance
- Monitoring, Feedback and Communication With Family and Others
- VA Benefits
- Florida Medicaid
- Financial Planning
- Legal Documents
Our ServicesAlzheimer's Care Management ~ Caregiver Coaching ~ Making Moments Matter ~ Comforting Companions
Geriatric Care Management and Alzheimer’s Care Management services for local and long distance caregiving solutions. Our Geriatric Care Navigation Program™ is a progressive, affordable and empowering approach to traditional geriatric care management, and provides a professional family for caregivers and families to turn. at any point in their caregiving journey.
Caregivers have the opportunity to work with a professional geriatric care manager, registered nurse consultant, or social worker, to help them manage and cope with their own emotions and individual challenges that accompany carrying for someone with Alzheimer’s disease. Caregivers can also receive immediate crisis care and crisis support in our offices or in their own home.
Making Moments Matter™ is a daily, person-centered program helps you reconnect and create the best possible day for your loved one. Perfect for those unwilling or unable to attend adult day care, as well as those needing socialization and appropriate cognitive stimulation. Caregivers also learn how to reconnect to their loved one and communicate in a way that is better understood by the person with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.
Caregiver HelplineWhenever you reach out, we are here.
The Alzheimer’s Care Helpline Alzheimer’s Crisis Line is available to provide emotional support, guidance, information, resources and crisis intervention to caregivers and family members of those with Alzheimer’s disease or other neurocognitive disorder. South Florida Alzheimer’s Helpline Alzheimer’s Crisis Line.
Caregiver CottageJust for Caregivers. Just for You.
Paint for Fun - Cancelled Until Further Notice
Held every month, Paint for Fun is a chance for caregivers to get a bit of respite, while having some fun and creating their own masterpiece! No experience needed and never a fee!
Afternoon of Relaxation
When was the last time someone spoiled you? Even just for a couple of hours? Join us for an Afternoon of Relaxation and let us spoil you while arranging a fun afternoon for your loved one.
Education, Training, Workshops & Resources
We provide caregivers with a variety of ways to become more empowered in their caregiving role, including our Learning Lighthouse Library which is filled with books, videos, and other resources to help caregivers gain the knowledge they need!
Watch This Weeks Videos!Monday Mojo and Wednesday Workshop
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