Who: YOU? Or someone you know? What: Recruit and retain volunteers to help older and disabled neighbors living in Polk County.
We are so proud that we are able to offer multiple services to our clients that are aging or disabled. For Rick, our services have allowed him to remain living in his own home. Check out our newest video that tells Rick’s story.
2017 Year End Summary
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Learn what you need to do to become a dementia friendly business and schedule your training by calling the ADRC 877-485-2372. Dementia Friendly Business and Organization Training
The Home Alone AllianceSM is a partnership of public, private, and nonprofit sector organizations coming together to change the way health care organizations and professionals interface with family caregivers.
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Saying Goodbye to Good Volunteers All of our volunteers are getting older. This keeps Interfaith Caregivers in recruitment mode pretty much all the time. And what’s interesting is how our volunteers seem to move seamlessly from being the driver to being driven. Evidently, helping someone older stay independent allows for an education in how to […]