Alzheimer’s Family Center and the Caregiver Resource Center of Orange County have been community partners across several decades. We are mutually committed to supporting Orange County families coping with the multiple, complex demands of caregiving.
Help for Alzheimer’s caregivers can be found at the Caregiver Resource Center of Orange County, a non-profit organization and trusted partner for Orange County families coping with the physical, emotional, and ﬁnancial responsibilities of caregiving. Since 1988, the CRC has assisted thousands of families who care for a frail adult over age sixty or, care for an adult who has brain impairing conditions including: Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis (MS), Lou Gehrig’s disease (ALS), traumatic brain injury, and Huntington’s disease. Services include: Family Consultation, Assessment and Care Planning, Counseling, Support Groups, Respite, and Education.
For more information, please visit their website at www.caregiveroc.org
3 Key questions for the family caregiver
1. Do you need a place that will take care of your loved one when you are at work, or need to take a break from non-stop care of your loved one?
2. Do you ever feel guilty about being frustrated or angry with your loved one?
3. Do you wish you had someone to talk to? Someone who really understands what you are going through – and can offer real answers, complete information, and a detailed plan to help make the life of your loved one as healthy, happy and productive as possible?
If you answered, “yes” to one or more of these questions, Alzheimer’s Family Center stands ready to help. Call (714) 593-1844.