Care-giver burnout is a real thing. Taking care of a loved one who suffers from Alzheimer’s can take a heavy toll. That’s why we place such a high value on caregiver well-being. Caregivers are unsung heroes who provide countless hours of care to their loved ones, and may be at risk for diminished well-being in every area of their lives.
Weekly Caregiver Support Group
You can’t fill from an empty cup. We host a weekly caregiver support group in association with the Alzheimer’s Association to help at-home healers with the unique challenges of caregiving. This is a safe and non-judgmental environment to share concerns, receive and give support, and learn about Alzheimer’s. The group is available for caregivers regardless of whether their loved one is enrolled in Rosener House.
Workshops and Speakers
We are proud to host speakers and workshops on caregiving, managing challenging behavior in dementia patients, legal and medical concerns, and self-care.
Information and Referrals
Our social worker offers one on one consultations and can connect you to resources for additional services including home care and placement options. Bring your questions to the consultation — we’re committed to getting you the information you need.
What Caregivers Are Saying…
According to the annual Rosener House Caregiver Satisfaction Survey, 94 % of our caregivers agreed that their quality of life has improved, and 100% are satisfied with the services and would recommend us to their friends.
Please call Rosener House Social Worker 650-322-0126 or contact us to discuss your own needs as a caregiver and to learn if Rosener House would be helpful for you family.
Feel free to contact us with any questions.