Caregiver Programs

Education and Support Groups
Gatherings of people who share a common health concern or interest and meet on a regular, defined basis; may be led by a layperson, a health care professional, or both.

Adult Day Services
Daytime personal care and meals in a supervised group community setting; may include social and recreational activities, training, and counseling.

Mobile Day Care
Adult day services provided by staff who travel from a central location on a daily basis to various sites, primarily (but not limited to) rural areas.

Kinship Care Programs
Services for grandparents and other relatives raising children; may include services such as case management, counseling, access to respite (examples: summer camps and child care), and information about special services (examples: legal assistance, tutoring, and respite).

Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias Training Curriculum
Click here for modules. This training curriculum was developed by the Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) for workforce development purposes.

Respite Care 
Services that offer a brief period of rest for family caregivers, either in the home or on a short-term basis in institutional settings.

Program Pages CTA

The Division of Aging Services (DAS) administers this program through the Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs). Contact your local AAA for more information.