Caregiving takes a community, let us support yours.
A caregiver is someone who provides care for a loved one, whether at home or from far away.
Although caregiving can be very rewarding, there are times you may not know where to go for answers, emotional support and practical advice, or how to get a break from your caregiving responsibilities. Our caregiver support program provides classes, support groups and access to resources to help provide the answers and support you are seeking.
Services to help caregivers in their care of individuals 60 years of age or olderLearn More
This book has a collection of activities from family, community, and professional caregivers--favorite ways they share joy with those they care for. We hope that this book will inspire you as you care for your loved one.
56 Things to do with the person who has dementia
How can a caregiver support group help me?
Real Feelings of Caregivers and Care Receivers
A Meaningful Existence for Persons with Dementia
10 Caregiver Tips for Staying Healthy & Active
Caregiver Online Forum
Resources for Caregivers
National Caregivers Library
Disaster Preparedness Guide for Seniors
Family Caregiver Alliance
NAMI (Mental Health)
Alzheimer's Association of Utah
Find Your Online Support Group