Long Distance Caregiving

What Should You Expect?

VNA Community Healthcare’s Caregiver Support Network’s Eldercare Professionals will listen to your concerns and discuss specific caregiving questions, struggles and issues. These consultations are done either in person or over the phone; issues such as entitlement programs and benefits; how to take the keys away from a parent; or overcoming resistance to change.

 

Caregivers develop a plan and are offered guidance for their specific concerns. Call to speak with Molly Standley or Jo Ann Begley today: 1.866.474.5230 (toll free).

The Caregiver Support Network is a free service, supported by individual donations and grants, for those in the community who are caring for ill or frail family members. Throughout the year, volunteers and staff of the VNA Community Healthcare work together to provide free, fun and informative programs for family caregivers; in addition to support groups and these individual consultations.

Get help from local experts. You may want to schedule a free, family caregiver consultation to further discuss your situation and get information and support. Contact VNA Community Healthcare’s Caregiver Support Network at (toll free) 1.866.474.5230 or visit our website at ConnecticutHomecare.org.

Article courtesy of VNA Community Healthcare

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