Our program

We recognize the care for a person with a chronic illness or disability is not complete without addressing the needs of the caregiver.

Focusing on caregivers of persons with Alzheimer’s or other dementias, Caring for the Caregiver is dedicated to improving the quality of life for family caregivers and those they care for with evidence-based services, support, education and research with value on the caregiver’s health, skills and resilience.

You are not alone

million Americans
provide unpaid care everyday for family members diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or other dementias

– Alzheimer’s Association

6 in 10
assist with medical/nursing tasks, including injections, tube feedings and many other complex care responsibilities

Alzheimer’s Association

someone in the United States develops dementia, leaving millions of people providing unpaid care for their loved ones.

Alzheimer’s Association


  • The Essentials of Caregiving: Family Dynamics

    This session will provide tips on how to maintain the lines of communication open after a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or other dementias may cause changes in a family’s roles and relationships.
  • Memory Cafe (Carver Library)

    Memory Cafes are a safe space for individuals with memory loss and their loved ones to socialize, relax, learn, and make friends.
  • Caregiver Skills Training Workshop

    Workshops are provided specifically for family caregivers to learn skills and have hands-on training guided by health care professionals on how to provide everyday care for their loved one with dementia.