Family Caregiver Support Program

The National Family Caregiver Support Program offers information and assistance, support, education, and short-term respite to help caregivers better care for their loved ones — and themselves. The Family Caregiver Support Program helps caregivers find solutions to their caregiving challenges and dilemmas. 

If you need any information regarding this program, please contact Ciara Johnson, Monday through Friday at (715) 394-3611, or (800) 870-2181. You may also email Ciara at caregiver@seniorconnectionswi.org

Caregiver Conversations Support Group, meets virtually the 3rd Wednesday of each month. Please call us at (715) 394-3611 to sign up or for more information.

 

Please join us, starting July 9th we will kick off our “Brighter Days Ahead” general support group.

This will be a place for you to come, have some coffee and just talk about what has been on your mind. This group is open to all, at no cost.

-Tuesday mornings, 9am-10am *Second Tuesday of the month*

                Following we also have…

                Tai Chi from 10am-11am

                Lunch at 11:30am *60+ and you will need to sign up 24 hours in advance*

-Lew Martin Senior Center, 1527 Tower Ave, Superior WI 54880

-Contact Ciara for more information or questions 715-394-3611

“Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much” -Helen Keller

 

It's voucher time! *$45.00 worth of FREE vouchers in each booklet*
Senior Farmers Market Vouchers are currently being distributed at the Senior Connections office, 1805 N. 16th Street in Superior. Please see the flyer below for eligibility requirements.

 

 
This caregiver webinar is available to anyone that is interested.  To register, please call Karen at 608-741-3615.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
FREE Caregiver Training and Resources at: https://wisconsincaregiver.trualta.com
 
     
 
 
 
 
 
 
Check out this handy phone from CapTel that captions your calls for you!
**Free phone and free installation to anyone with hearing loss**
To apply or with any questions, please call: 218-398-8259
 

 

Other helpful web pages:

ADRC-Aging & Disability Resource Center of Douglas County, WI
 

Caregiver Action Network (National Family Caregivers Association)

Wisconsin Family Caregiver Support Program