As a caregiver, you’re doing much needed, and much appreciated work. Caring for a loved one can be very rewarding and can add a refreshing purposefulness to our lives. However, the responsibilities of caring for a senior can also be challenging and take an emotional toll CONCERN's caregiver assistance makes sure that you receive the help you need so that you can be there for the ones who need you most.
If you’re caring for an elderly person, consider speaking with one of our professional eldercare specialists. Together, we’ll evaluate your particular circumstances and develop a problem-solving plan, which includes:
Our eldercare specialists can also show you how to tap into a wealth of information available in consumer health libraries on aging, health, retirement, and community resources for additional support.
Call our toll-free number 800-344-4222 to speak with an eldercare specialist who will help you determine your needs, and refer you to the appropriate resources in your area. You can also submit a request for services online by completing the Request for Services form.
For more information about CONCERN's Eldercare Services, download the Eldercare Service Overview.
Transition is the psychological process people go through to come to terms with a new situation. As you or a loved one transitions into retirement, you can anticipate different phases. Our financial coaches or eldercare specialists can help you prepare for what's next. Learn more about CONCERN’s Retirement Lifestyle Planning resources.
When your parents come for an extended visit, you’ll want to make sure they are happy, entertained, and well cared for. To help ensure that your family has an enjoyable stay, CONCERN has created comprehensive, practical, user-friendly guides to reliable resources throughout the Bay Area. Learn more about our Visiting Family Guide resource.
Note: CONCERN’s eldercare consultation and referral services are free of charge to eligible employees. Employees are responsible for fees associated with the actual services selected.