Did you know that the majority of care is provided by family and friends without any public or professional support?
Caregiving can mean assisting with tasks such as bathing, dressing, or housekeeping or it may include helping with bill paying, decision making, finding resources, or with emotional support. More than a quarter of adults have cared for a family member or friend, who is chronically ill, disabled or elderly, at some point in the past year and approximately 85% of all home care is provided by unpaid caregivers. As the needs of loved ones increase, so do the responsibilities and challenges faced by the person providing care.
There are many services in our community that help families and friends care for their loved ones. Search our Resource Directory and Caregiver Calendar for programs that fit your situation and use the Lending Library and Caregiver Kit to locate educational materials.
Complete a Personal Family Caregiver Survey
The Personal Family Caregiver Survey asks you to reflect on your experiences and is used to help you and the Family Caregiver Network specialists better understand your situation to help you locate the resources and support that meet your unique needs.
You can also contact the Family Caregiver Resource Program directly at 425-290-1240 or 1-800-422-2024, Monday through Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm, to learn about local resources and receive individualized consultation.
If you know of a resource that isn't listed that would be helpful to other caregivers, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org
Everett, WA 98204 • Phone: 425-290-1240 / 800-422-2024 • Fax: 425-290-5445