“I wish I had known about ______ when my loved one got older.” 

Being a caregiver as a spouse, child, or friend of an aging adult can take a toll on everyone – your life is simply not the same. Because this can happen to anyone, access to information is key to navigating aging in a positive way.


Caregiver (Care Partner) Resources

Through the guidance of a social worker, get expert direction on resources from planning options and decision-making, to family conversations.

Caregiver Counseling & Coaching

DARTS provides Caregiver Counseling which allows for informal education and support based on your specific needs. Services can be conducted over the phone or offered in person at a location of your choice.

Resuming Connections – starting May 14, 2019 | Support group for former caregivers who are finding their way after losing their loved one.


Support Groups, Family Meetings & Group Education

It takes a village to provide support across generations. Family meetings bring family and friend support together to discuss concerns about helping the older adult in their life. Knowledgeable professionals help bring individuals together toward a common goal.

Dementia Awareness – hour-long community presentations about understanding dementia and the resources available

Respite Volunteers

Sometimes, caregivers need a break. Our respite volunteers can provide some relief during a packed schedule. Respite can provide stress relief from 24 hour care and allow a break for both the care receiver and caregiver.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email