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A little bit of loving help goes a long, long way.
More people than ever are living with illnesses or conditions that limit their capacity to fully care for themselves. With assistance they can retain their independence, self-esteem, and joy in life!
We support impaired persons and family caregivers through a volunteer, congregation-based caregiving program (Care Team®). Care Team® volunteers' simple acts of kindness, practical assistance, and presence reduce the growing public cost of long-term care and the personal costs to family. We enable people to live at home and add to their quality of life.
Services for the aging, physically impaired, those with chronic disabilities including Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, persons with HIV/AIDS, and children with disabilities, enhance the care given by family members, at no cost—and keep the primary caregivers going by providing much-needed respite from the demands of their loved ones.
We respond to family caregiver emotional needs to share their experiences through support group services and needs for information at educational conferences.