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Caregiver Support
Are YOU a caregiver?

Family members and friends often pitch in and do whatever is needed to keep their loved one safe, healthy, and capable of staying in their own home. You become a caregiver and might not even realize it. Identifying ourselves as caregivers makes it easier to look for help when we need it.       

If you are a caregiver, you can find support and resources at the Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC). We can be part of your caregiving journey!  

Caregiving can be a challenge, but it is easier when you are prepared.  Check out these resources:


Trualta is a FREE interactive eLearning platform.  Caregivers get access to an online library of short courses, skills training, useful local resources, and support—all accessible on your computer, tablet, or smartphone.

Click here to access Trualta resources for caregivers. Contact a caregiver support specialist at the ADRC if you have any questions or need assistance with registration.


Powerful Tools for Caregivers is a class series that supports caregivers in taking care of yourself while caring for someone else. By taking care of your own health and well-being, you become a better caregiver.

Six classes held once a week are led by the ADRC’s Caregiver Support Specialists.  Class participants are given The Caregiver Helpbook to accompany the class and provide additional resources. Call, email, or check our calendar of events for upcoming classes. 




Are you caring for a veteran? Find out more about VA Caregiver Supports by clicking here



Respite is a break from your frequent caregiving demands and responsibilities.

The Respite Care Association of Wisconsin is a great resource for locating respite care providers, accessing grants to help pay for respite care, and more. Click here to visit their website.