Caregiver Connect is a group of parents, guardians, families, and experts in the caregiving field who help each other do their jobs well. Our networking events and educational programs are meant to help families and professionals who work with or care for children or people with medical, intellectual, physical, emotional, or behavioral problems.
Provides caregivers with training, practical advice, and support. The group offers a secure space for caregivers to share their experiences with others going through the caregiving process. There are no fees associated with this support group. Virtually the support group will meet. Registration in advance is required.
Learn more about Washington by emailing our consultants in Multnomah, Clackamas, and Washington counties in Oregon and Clark/Vancouver counties in the United States at 503.246.4672 or by filling out the form below.
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Voicemails and emails are frequently responded to, even on Sundays.
Caregivers Support Details
- Learn to determine and rank your requirements.
- Determine your attention circles and how they are utilized.
- Identify and fill care deficiencies.
- Asking for assistance is acceptable.
I appreciate how his personal experience and understanding inform his caregiving recommendations. Having a coach who genuinely cheers me on has made all the difference. His adaptability, agility, and willingness to accept second place are qualities I admire most.
Caregiver Connect Aurora’s first hospital, located west of Milwaukee near Kenosha, opened in February 1999. In June 2000, Aurora replaced Two Rivers Community Hospital with a new facility.
Caregiver education, counseling, and support is led by experts in the field. Caregivers can feel comfortable opening up to other people in similar situations during the support group.