Living at Home SeniorCare introduces caregiver resources

AMHERST – Living at Home SeniorCare is introducing a Family Learning Center on its website at www.lahseniorcare.com to make it easier for family caregivers to find training and support resources to help them better care for the needs of their loved ones at home.

The Family Learning Center is free for family caregivers who provide home care for friends or loved ones who are homebound, suffer from a debilitating disease or who are simply aging and need companion care. The site includes more than 50 training topics created just for family caregivers that cover everything from basic caregiver training to transitioning of care to Alzheimer’s disease and memory care.

"Our Family Learning Center courses focus on multigenerational family caregiving and are designed to be immediately available to families who need help but don’t always know where to turn for information or support," said Frank Belfsky, owner of Living at Home SeniorCare.

"We wanted to make it easy for family caregivers to always have a caregiving resource to turn to whenever they need it. The Family Learning Center is that resource, and it is available online 24/7 simply by logging onto our website."

Family caregivers need only visit www.
lahseniorcare.com and register with their name and email address. Once registered, caregivers are provided a list of courses that will take them step by step through a specific topic with engaging and interactive video. The courses are narrated, but can also be read onscreen, allowing caregivers to learn through the method most comfortable to them.

For a confidential complimentary consultation, call 546-6060.