Dealing with stress is a major issue for caregivers. Our free Stress-BustingTM classes can help.
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Partner Network
We partner with state and national organizations, like AARP, to provide the resources and information you need.
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Partner Network
Case Management
Work one-on-one with a CAREgivers’ Case Manager to create an individualized plan.
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Case Management

CAREgivers: A network of support.

You’re not alone. Over 1/3 of Americans will at some point become a family caregiver. Taking care of a loved one can be a challenge – financially, emotionally and physically. CAREgivers by Active Generations is a statewide organization. We provide assistance, education and support for family caregivers. No matter where you live, our network of free resources and information will help you provide the best care for your loved one and yourself.

Where do I start?

Taking on the care of a loved one comes with questions, stress, grief and many times even feelings of guilt.

We are here to help guide you to resources for help - specifically for you and your unique situation.

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Upcoming Events Full Calendar

Together We Can Support Group @ Sanford Vermillion
Dec 6 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

Open to Persons with Neurological Diagnosis (Stroke, Brain Injury, Parkinson’s, MS, ALS, Huntington’s Disease, etc).

Family Caregiver Support Group via Zoom or In-person @ Active Generations
Dec 6 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Please call Becca Pound, Caregiver Case Manager, at 605-275-7682 to sign up for meetings and receive the Zoom login. 

Meetings will be held via Zoom indefinitely.

Memory Care Support Group at Active Generations @ Active Generations
Dec 7 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Who is welcome: Anyone caregiving for an individual who has Alzheimer’s, memory decline, related dementia illness – care receiver does not have to be living with caregiver, can be in a facility or a different home

What to expect: A safe confidential space, a non-judgmental space to air concerns, thoughts and feeling with others who understand your circumstances, occasional professional speakers

Benefits of a support group: Less isolation and loneliness, possibilities of reducing depression, stress, anxiety, improve coping and self-care skills to deal with challenges, help to stay motivated and energized as a caregiver, education on disease, facilitator support and compassion.

Contact Becca Pound for Zoom information.