Community based services for our care partners
Simply put, a caregiver is anyone who provides assistance for someone who cannot tend to their own needs. Sometimes, individuals can find themselves in a short-term or long-term caregiver role suddenly due to a loved one experiencing an illness, disability, or change in condition. Taking on such an important responsibility can lead to health issues for the caregivers themselves. Fortunately, there are many resources available to caregivers in New Hampshire that need a little extra help.
You’re not alone. These community organizations offer a variety of services to caregivers and those they care for.
In-home care providers like allows older adults to remain independent in their home. Home health aides support activities of daily living, perform homemaker services, and provide companionship.
Community centers like the Portsmouth Senior Center is a space where older adults come together for activities, services, and programs.
The Alzheimer’s Association’s Massachusetts/New Hampshire Chapter is dedicated to advancing research, providing care and support for caregivers and those affected, and promoting brain health awareness.
Easterseals provides home and community-based services affording adults and seniors with resources they need to stay healthy and engage with their community or neighborhood.
Rockingham County Meals on Wheels delivers nutritious meals to individuals who have difficulty driving, shopping, or preparing food. Meals on Wheels also offers transportation services and opportunities for social gatherings.
The NH Family Caregiver Support Program provides access to support groups for family caregivers. Additionally, they provide education and training to help develop caregiving skills.
The Rockingham County Emergency Rental Assistance Program is available for tenants in need of rental and/or utility assistance due to financial hardships.
Everyone deserves to feel welcome and safe in a long-term care community. SAGE Advocacy Services helps LGBTQ+ adults get connected to inclusive living options across the United States.
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