Caring for Yourself
When Caring for a Loved One


Many of us find ourselves caring and providing emotional support for multiple people of various ages. Whether it’s assisting older parents, grandparents, spouse or other family members, taking care of a loved one can be challenging, overwhelming and sometimes stressful.

Advocating for your own well-being while supporting your loved one is essential. After all, when your needs are taken care of, the person you care for will benefit too.

Whether for yourself or someone you love, many of our services are available to all community members, no matter their age. From support groups to fitness classes, consultation and education, we are here to help make caregiving more rewarding for both you and your loved ones.

Each caregiving situation is unique. Find help and support for yours.

Here are some of the programs and services offered for those who are care partners:

  • Care Partner Conversations and Support Groups
    • When Your Loved One has Parkinson’s Disease
      If you are a care partner to someone with Parkinson’s Disease, this free, monthly group is a safe, confidential space to have conversations, share experiences, receive support and gather resources.
    • When Your Loved One has Dementia
      If you care for a loved one with dementia, this free, twice-monthly group offers conversation, support, resources and education.

  • Eldercare Management and Consultation
    A fee for service program, eldercare management supports aging individuals in their desire to continue living in their own homes or other settings with maximum independence and dignity while providing their family and caregivers with peace of mind. Professional care managers provide expert guidance, resources, healthcare advocacy and care planning and coordination.

  • Family Navigator: Substance Abuse Consultation and Referral Service
    A resource for families of individuals with substance use disorders. We ensure that family members have the information, support and resources you need to cope with the stressors and challenges you may experience in response to your loved one’s struggles with the disease.

  • Prevention, Intervention, Consultation and Advocacy Services for Victims of Abuse
    Confidential, free services for older adults experiencing abuse and those who suspect an older adult is being abused.

  • Community Education
    A wide range of age-appropriate programs to address the physical, emotional and social well-being of the community. Experienced health educators engage participants with presentations, discussions, stories, videos, dramatizations of real-life scenarios and guest interviews.

Call 410-500-5328 to speak to an AgeWell Specialist, Monday – Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. and Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Or email info@agewellbaltimore.org.

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