Larimer County Caregiver Support Program

Call 970-498-7750


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Supporting Families Caring for an Older Adult at Home
Family caregivers play a vital role in providing care for their older relatives, who wish to remain home for as long as possible. In fact, 80% of non-medical assistance is provided by families. These family caregivers across the country currently provide an estimated $306 billion in 'unpaid' caregiving services.

Caregivers often feel stressed and alone, trying to balance their own needs with those of their loved ones. Over and over again, family caregivers report that they are in need of information about what resources are available to themselves and the care receiver.

Help is Available
Larimer County's Office on Aging Family Caregiver Support Program is here to assist family caregivers who are caring for an older adult at home.

The Family Caregiver Support Program can:

Respite Care

Are you a caregiver who needs some time off from your caregiving duties for a few hours or a few days?

The Family Caregiver Support Program will provide a respite grant which can be used to purchase respite care in the home, in an adult day program, or an overnight stay in a community long term care facility.

What Else Is Available?

The Caregiver Support Coordinator can help you connect with the following services: Adaptive / Assistive Equipment; Caregiver Education and Training; Counseling; Dementia Resources; Legal / Financial; Minor home safety modifications