Caring for elders in Connecticut
Since 2014, Caregiver Homes of Connecticut’s community-based program has helped families provide high-quality, 24-hour care for elders at home. We help make it possible for a family member or friend to become the primary in-home caregiver by providing them with the support and financial assistance they need. In Connecticut, our Structured Family Caregiving model is known as Adult Family Living (AFL).
What it takes to qualify for Caregiver Homes in Connecticut
Caregivers and care recipients may be eligible for our program if they meet the following criteria:
The primary caregiver:
The care recipient:
To learn more and get started, please contact us.
The National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (n4a)
The National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (n4a) is the leading voice on aging and disability issues.
Eldercare Locator (U.S. Administration on Aging)
Part of the U.S. Administration on Aging, the Eldercare Locator connects people to services for older adults and their families.
Healthcare.gov helps people learn what their health insurance options are.
National Alliance for Home Care and Hospice
The National Alliance for Home Care and Hospice locator contains the most comprehensive database of more than 33,000 home care and hospice agencies.