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COVID-19 Caregiving Resources

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Who can be a caregiver?

“Caregiver” is a broad term that includes anyone who cares for a person with extensive needs, like a child with a disability, or an older adult. If you are a parent, grandparent, daughter, son, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew, friend, neighbor, or professional who provides care for another person, you are a caregiver. Caregiving is different for everyone. Here are some examples of what caregiver looks like:

► Running everyday errands like grocery shopping or going to the post office for a loved one who can no longer do so themselves.
► Helping a loved one do day-to-day activities like getting dressed, eating or taking a shower.
► Organizing a loved one’s medical treatment and taking them to appointments.
► Managing a loved one’s finances.
► Living with a loved one because it is unsafe for them to live by themselves.

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About Us

A program of Easterseals Colorado, Colorado Respite Coalition exists to encourage caregivers to take a break. Our vision is that all Colorado family caregivers have access to quality respite care resources—resources that allow them to take a break from caregiving—through a sustainable network that promotes collaboration and innovation.

We strengthen Colorado’s statewide lifespan respite care resource network for family caregivers and professionals. We help families and professionals connect with respite care and caregiving resources three ways: 

  • Training and education for caregivers
  • Networking and support for professional caregivers
  • Expanding respite resources available to caregivers

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