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Thursday, 30 June 2011 11:15

Assistance (Caregivers)

EATING - ASSISTANCE WITH FEEDING
DRESSING – HELP GETTING DRESSED
BATHING - ASSIST WITH THEIR BATH
TRANSFERRING - ASSIST WITH WALKING
TOILETING - NEEDING HELP WITH GOING TO THE RESTROOM
INCONTINENCE - REQUIRING ASSISTANCE
ALZHEIMER’S OR DEMENTIA

 

And chronic conditions leading to disability : Heart disease, Stroke, Diabetes, Pulmonary disease. Affecting functioning ability: Arthritis, Vision and Hearing loss , Osteoporosis, Impairment, Hypertension, and other illness and diseases.

Published in Caregivers
Thursday, 30 June 2011 11:12

Services (Caregivers)

If you are a caregiver then you maybe eligible for caregiver services such as the following:



1. Information - to caregivers about services.

2. Assistance - to caregivers in gaining access to the services(individual one-on-one)

3. Counseling - support groups, and caregiver training to assist the caregiver in making decisions and solving problems relating to their care giving roles.

4. Respite - care to enable caregivers to be temporary relieved from their care giving responsibilities.

5. Supplementa l- Services on a limited basis to compliment the care provided by caregivers.







 

If you area caregiver who is sixty (60) years or older or if you are a grandparent sixty (60) years or older raising your grandchildren who is eighteen (18) years or younger, you may be eligible for assistance with the elderly requiring two (2) activities of daily living.

Published in Caregivers
Wednesday, 29 June 2011 10:43

Available Services (FAC)

 

Temporary Shelter
Counseling for Batterers
Clothes Closet
Help With Protective Orders
Community Referrals
Help with Victim's Compensation Claims
Counseling
Support Group Counseling
Life Skill Classes
Limited Transportation
Resume Preparation

 

Seminars: Provides prevention / intervention training classes in the following areas: Domestic Violence / Sexual Assault, Stalking, Dating Violence, Bullying, Violence in the Workplace, ect. Training is available for civic / religious organizations, schools, law enforcement, medical staff, etc.

 

This program is funded mostly through federal grants and relies on the generosity of the community to makeup shortfalls. There is no gift too small to make a difference when helping someone fleeing from danger. You can host a fundraiser, donate supplies, donate money or volunteer.

 

For additional information, contact our office:

(580) 492 3590

Monday - Friday

8 AM and 5 PM