Caregivers of seniors often focus on the needs of their loved ones, while neglecting their own health. Our caregiver support programs are designed to encourage and assist the caregivers of seniors. As part of the National Family Caregiver Support Program, Aging True helps caregivers and their families by reducing emotional, physical and financial hardships so they can focus on their own well-being as well as that of their loved one.
Caregiver Assistance Program
Provides services to family caregivers to enable the older adult to remain in the home for as long as possible. Support services include newsletters, support groups, in-home and facility-based respite care, legal aid assistance, consumable medical supplies and educational training.
Voluntary program open to grandparents and relative caregivers ages 55 and above, caring for children under the age of 18. This support program is designed to assist the caregiver in resuming healthy aging practices and is tailored to best suit the participants needs. The program delivers educational training’s, monthly support groups in a comfortable and relaxed setting, transportation, long-term goal planning, bi-monthly newsletter with resources, yearly stipend for children’s summer camp and more. RAPPJAX is supported by a grant from the Delores Barr Weaver Fund.
Home-care for the Elderly
Encourages the provision of care for elders in a family-type living arrangement in private homes. A basic subsidy is paid to the caregiver for the support and health maintenance of the senior. Case managers maintain a close relationship with each client and caregiver to connect them with additional services such as personal care, homemaking, in-home services, respite, adult day care, home-delivered meals and emergency alert response systems.
Florida Project RELIEF
Through Respite for Elders Living in Everyday Families (RELIEF), trained and compassionate in-home respite volunteers give family caregivers a break from the continuous care of their senior family member.