At Aging and Adult Care of Central Washington, we know that caregivers face many challenges, and we are here to support you. Please contact us at (509) 886-0700 if you would like more information about any of the following programs.
Family Caregiver Support Program
The Family Caregiver Support Program helps unpaid caregivers who provide care to persons 18 years and older to make informed decisions about current and future care plans, solve day-to-day caregiving problems, learn essential caregiving skills, and locate services that may strengthen their capacity to provide care.
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Kinship Caregivers Support Program
Kinship care is the full-time care of children by relatives. Kinship care occurs informally, when children are not involved with public child welfare agencies, and formally, when public child welfare agencies are involved in placing children with relatives. The Kinship Caregivers Support Program funds can be used to help pay for the cost of emergent needs incurred by grandparents or other relatives at the time a child(ren) comes to live with them as well as after the initial period.
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Respite provides relief for families or other caregivers of adults 18 years and over with functional disabilities. In-home respite care is available and provided on an hourly and daily basis including 24-hour care for several consecutive days. Respite care workers provide supervision, personal care services and nursing tasks usually provided by the primary caregiver of the disabled adult.