Need caregiving resources for your loved one? Let us do the 'leg' work for you. We can find resources almost anywhere in the United States. Although our office cannot endorse specific services, we can help with the selection process by answering questions and finding additional information. Contact our office at (859) 323-4600 or by e-mail.
- Pathways Guide - a comprehensive senior resource guide to a range of services and senior housing options available in Fayette County and surrounding areas
- Alzheimer's Care Kit - includes the booklet "Caring for a Person wtih Alzheimer's Disease" along with other information relating to dementia from the National Institute on Aging.
- Prepare to Care - a publication from AARP giving you information and resources to help you get organized in caring for an older loved one
Alzheimer's Association (National)
Formed in 1980, the Alzheimer's Association advances research to end Alzheimer's and dementia while enhancing care for those living with the disease.
Caregiving Club realizes that caregivers have precious little time to read, but it felt compelled to create reading lists for caregivers. You may only read a chapter at a time or pick up the book once your caregiving is done. Or if you have not yet stepped into the caregiving spotlight you may read one of these books to help you prepare to care.
Ways to start the conversation about end of life care.
Family Caregiver Guide: A Family Caregiver's Guide to Electronic Organizers, Monitors, Sensors and Apps (PDF)
United Hospital Fund has released a new online guide to help families sort through organizers, monitors, sensors, apps, and other technology for caregivers.
The i know expo is a FREE event for people of all ages and life stages. It empowers us with information about the services, resources, and support available to make the rest of life the best of life.
Providing transportation to seniors and people with visual impairments. Click here to learn how to become a member.
Offering courses for adults age 50 and over.
The mission of the SBCoA is to improve the health of the elderly in Kentucky and beyond through research dedicated to understanding the aging process and age-related brain diseases, and education, outreach and clinical programs that promote healthy brain aging.