Are you a caregiver?
Aging and Disability Services recently unveiled a new website to help you take advantage of resources that can help you be a better caregiver and take care of yourself. Visit the King County Caregiver Support Network today!
Caregivers have access to many resources that can help them care for a family member or loved one while maintaining their own quality of life, including a wide variety of agencies that provide free consultations.
Visit the King County Caregiver Support Network website for information about free consultations and services, or contact any one of the agencies listed below and ask to speak with a caregiver specialist.
If you are in a crisis situation right now, contact:
- Crisis Clinic Caregiver Information and Assistance Line
Many thanks to Seattle City Councilmembers Sally Bagshaw, Bruce Harrell, Nick Licata, Mike O’Brien and Tom Rasmussen for participating in the July 31, 2012 Caregiver Stress & Support forum.
Thank you to the Washington Association of Area Agencies on Aging for the public service announcement (PSA) above and the Caregiver Concerns video below.
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