family servicesWe receive requests daily for help from families of all social, ethnic, culture and financial levels across the state. The calls are usually from daughters, daughter-in-law’s and spouses caring for their loved one but also include neighbors, friends, healthcare providers or someone in a professional role.

We serve families who need help navigating all levels of dementia progression and vary in level of need and type of request. Most people are looking for education about the disease, options and resources available and local support as they care for someone with dementia. Caregivers for individuals with dementia typically have a great need for education and understanding of what their loved one is experiencing. They often feel very alone and isolated and don’t know where to turn. We can offer them helpful recommendations, educational materials and access to local resources that will prove useful throughout the process.

Learn more about the ways we provide family services and support by clicking on one of the following topics:


Respite Coordination

Support Groups

Inspiration & Hope