The caregiver connects group is an ongoing, online support group dedicated to helping caregivers deal with the stress and joy of being a caregiver. Anyone who actively cares for or supports another human being is welcome.
Provides training, practical advice, and support for caregivers. The group provides caregivers with a safe environment to share stories with others going through the caregiving process. There are zero charges for this support group. The support group will be held virtually. Pre-registration is required.
Call 503.246.4672, send an email, or simply fill out the form below to learn more about getting started with our consultants in Multnomah, Clackamas, and Washington counties in Oregon and Clark/Vancouver counties in the United States to learn more about Washington.
We are open from Monday to Friday from 9 am to 6 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm. Voicemails and emails are answered frequently, including on Sundays.
Details About Caregivers Support
- Learn to identify and prioritize your needs.
- Identify your attention circles and how you use them.
- Find and fill gaps in care.
- Asking for help is fine.
“I like the way he gives practical advice on care based on his own experience and knowledge. I feel like I have a coach who cares about me and supports me. What I appreciate most is his flexibility and dexterity and his way of always being ready to show himself as second best.
Caregiver Connect Aurora opened its first hospital in Kenosha, west of the city, in February 1999. Aurora opened a new facility in June 2000 to replace Two Rivers Community Hospital.
It is led by professionals who provide education, practical advice, and support to caregivers. The group provides caregivers with a safe environment to share stories with others going through the caregiving process.