COVID-19: the Family Caregiver Support Program maintains its INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP SUPPORT SERVICES REMOTELY by PHONE, EMAIL or VIDEO CALL. If you feel that you need help connecting to the video sessions, we will be happy to guide you individually.
Do not hesitate to leave us a phone message at 514 866-9941, ext. 226, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the form at the bottom of this page.We take our messages and emails several times a day between 9:00 am and 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday. Rest assured that we will respond as soon as possible.
It will be a pleasure to see you again as soon as possible. Until then, we wish you and all your loved ones good health.
Free services for women helping a senior who has a loss of autonomy
Are you taking care of a family member or friend? The Family Caregiver Support Program offers services and activities tailored to your specific needs.
The role of caregiver is demanding. Our team of counsellors offers personalized support to caregivers who want to develop or maintain healthy relationships as well as psychological, emotional and physical balance. Our services include individual and group support, social and wellness activities, along with workshops and conferences aimed at making life easier and empowering caregivers.
You can contact us at 514 866-9941, ext. 226 or by completing the form at the bottom of this page.
For professionals, you can complete this referral form with your client in order to give us permission to contact her directly.
- Personalized individual counseling
- Listening and referral
- Group support
- Relaxation and wellness activities
- Managing stress and anxiety
- Finding power in powerlessness
- Adapting to the changes in the relationship
Social and wellness activities
Yoga, Meditation and Social Activities. Various activities are offered throughout the year to help reduce the isolation that many family caregivers experience.
Our team, as well as the participants in the program, note with pleasure (and a bit of surprise) that the group activities by video-conference actually work very well and help break isolation. As well, not having to commute makes it more possible to participate for some.
Conferences for all
Free conferences, open to everyone at various locations throughout the year.
- Navigating The System (CLSC) – also available online
- Preserving the health of caregivers
- Testament and protection measures in case of incapacity
* Please note that as a preventive measure our live conferences are temporarily on hold, however, video-conferences are still possible on request.
The Legal Information Clinic offers up to three private sessions with volunteer lawyers and notaries (by appointment only). The service provides information on all types of legal issues and will refer you if your situation requires legal action.
To evaluate the health of your relationship, note the presence of the following elements in your interactions with the person you care for.
Take the tests below to assess your level of risk for caregiver burnout so that you can seek help before it happens. If your risk seems high, contact us for help and/or referral or inform your health care provider.
- How am I feeling? Download the test
Translated from pages 13-14 of the « Guide d’accompagnement à l’intention des proches aidants du Conseil des aînés et des retraités de la MRC des Appalaches. »
- How are you doing? Download the test
Translated from pages 6-7 of « Être aidant pas si évident – Guide de prévention de l’épuisement pour les aidants naturels.»
Do you regularly help someone? Find out more about our services.
You can contact us at 514 866-9941, ext. 226 or by completing the form below.