How often do you visit elderly family members? Frequent visits are vital support for Canadians to live and age well in their homes. Saint Elizabeth can help, especially when other family commitments, work and distance are challenges.

Caregiver Compass

You may not see yourself as a family caregiver, but if you’re like many Canadians, you may find yourself caring for a parent, spouse, sibling or child in need of support. Caring for a loved one can be can be rewarding, but can also be physically and emotionally exhausting if you don’t know where to find help.

At Saint Elizabeth, we have provided health care to families in their homes for over 100 years, and we know that family caregivers sometimes need a little support. We created the Caregiver Compass, a free resource that provides tips and tools to help you in your role as family caregiver.

The Caregiver Compass includes important information on:

  • Where to begin as a caregiver;
  • Important conversations with family and friends;
  • Caregiving responsibilities such as daily living needs and home safety;
  • Managing finances and legal arrangements; and
  • Preventing caregiver burnout.

Caregiver Compass: Online edition

View the Caregiver Compass online now!

Order your free printed copy of the Caregiver Compass

To order the Caregiver Compass, fill out the form below and we will send it to you by mail. Saint Elizabeth will not rent, share, or disclose your personal information to third parties. If you would like to order more than one copy, please contact us at foundation@saintelizabeth.com or 1.855.275.3549 .

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