Caregivers in Orange County have access to a wide range of resources and services to help them provide the best possible care for their elderly family members and neighbors. Through the Center, a variety of community programs, such as adult day care and personal home care, can be accessed to provide caregivers with a break. The Diocese of Orange is the local diocese of the Roman Catholic Church and offers a variety of services for older people in order to provide them with full lives. Easterseals caregiver programs focus on providing temporary care to caregivers and their older family members, so that they have the opportunity to relax, recharge, and reconnect.
The Center has a list of additional support groups for caregivers available at various locations in Orange County. Alzheimer's Orange County is a local organization that strives to help older people and caregivers who are struggling to cope with Alzheimer's disease. The Caregiver Resource Center is a “one-stop service point” that addresses the problems that caregivers face by providing information, training, and support to caregivers of older people. The North Orange County Senior Collaborative (NOCSC) is an educational resource on elder care for both caregivers and the elderly. Hoag helps older people and caregivers find the medical and healthcare assistance they need to maintain an active, healthy lifestyle.
Age Well has been in business since 1975 providing critical care to older people throughout South Orange County. Caregivers can provide educational books, audio-visual materials, periodicals, and other types of literature on a variety of topics related to providing care. The NOCSC also maintains an information library, organizes educational forums, and provides resource guides to help Orange County residents answer questions about the lives of older people. Located in Orange County, the organization's goal is to provide support to older Asian-American citizens in the area, helping to build and maintain a healthier connection to the community, providing services to older people in need, and supporting caregivers who care for aging family members. For example, the Dayle Mcintosh Center can help older people find a caregiver or help caregivers cope with adjustments to the health and well-being of a loved one who has a disability, Alzheimer's, or dementia.
Acacia exists to provide caregivers with the support they need in an environment that is also helpful to older people. The Orange County Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association is the local chapter of the Alzheimer's Association. The Center is dedicated to helping county caregivers provide better care to their elderly neighbors and family members, who are often confined to their homes. Family members and caregivers often play an important role in helping and supporting millions of people in the United States. Orange County offers an array of counseling services for caregivers that can help them manage stress levels while providing quality care for their loved ones. These services include individual counseling sessions with licensed therapists who specialize in caregiver issues; group counseling sessions with other caregivers; support groups; online counseling; respite care; financial assistance; legal advice; and more.
With these resources available, caregivers can find the support they need while caring for their elderly family members or neighbors.