Signs and tips for caregiver burnout 2007-06-28T20:15:11Z 2007-06-28T20:15:11Z Are you a caregiver at risk for burnout? Many caregivers find themselves so involved in caring for a loved one that they forget to take care of themselves. Click here for information on signs of burnout and tips to take care of yourself if you are a caregiver.
Here are some of the questions you should consider if you decide to pursue a Respite Care facility. >> Although respite care is often an out of pocket expense, there are a couple places in the area that can provide assistance, on a limited basis, free of charge. Click here for that information. Note: Availability is subject to funding and may be limited. >> Click here for an explanation on what Respite Care really is, why it is so important for the caregiver, and who can provide Respite Care for you and your family. >> There are five common types of Respite Care available. Click here to learn more about each and create a list of resources of family, friends, and volunteers who may be able to help. >> Here are five common types of Respite Care available: 1. In-Home Respite Care: Companion services - Help with supervision, recreational activities Personal care services - Help with daily activities >>
This is a list of addresses and phone numbers for Senior Citizen Community Centers in the Spokane Area. >> This is a list of addresses and phone numbers for Senior Citizen Community Centers in the Spokane Area. >> This is a list of addresses and phone numbers for Senior Citizen Community Centers in the North Idaho Area. >> This is a list of addresses and phone numbers for Senior Citizen Community Centers in the North Idaho Area. >> Independent Living/Retirement Communities, Assisted Living Communities, Skilled Nursing Facilities, and Adult Family Homes. How are they different and how do you know which one is right for you? >> An explanation of the difference between each and the resources to find help and support for patients and families dealing with memory loss. >> Assisted Living is for adults who need help with everyday tasks but they don't need full-time nursing care. >INSIDE: Find local providers >> Trained professionals are here to guide you through the evaluation of physical and emotional well-being and help determine what living or care situation is best for you or your loved one. >>