Caregiver Support Program
What Is the Caregiver Support Program?
Weber Human Services Caregiver Support Program is to provide information and in-home support for family caregivers of individuals living in Weber-Morgan with health, mobility, neurological or functional limitations. The program is designed to reduce the burdens of caregiving in hopes of enabling our caregiver clients to care for their loved ones as long as possible and delay facility placement. There is no income or asset test to qualify for the program.
Meet Karla, our Caregiver Support Program manager
Caregiver Educational Series:
Eight free classes will be held in person at Weber Human Services Auditorium (237 26th St., Ogden), 12:00-1:00 pm, Tuesdays (a Zoom option is available) from 9/27/2022 to 11/15/2022. Home-visit respite services are available while you are in the meeting. Lunch will be provided for in-class attendees. RSVP Karla at (801) 625-3866:
Flyer/QR code to register - Caregiver Educational Series
What Services Are Provided Through WHS Caregiver Support Program?
Counseling, support group, and classes to educate and assist caregivers participating those sessions.
Information about available community resources and services.
Respite care to offer temporary, substitute support or living arrangement for care recipients so as to reduce the burden on caregiver clients, arranged through our caregiver case management.
Supplemental services such as assistive technologies, emergency response systems, grab bars for bathrooms, and incontinence supplies, arranged through our caregiver case management.
Who May Be Eligible for Respite Care and/or Supplemental Services Through WHS Caregiver Case Management Services?
Any of the following may be eligible:
Caregivers of adults 60 years of age or older.
Adult family members (age 18 or older) or other adult informal caregivers providing care to individuals of any age with Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders.
Caregivers 60 years of age or older caring for persons with mental retardation or related developmental disabilities.
Older relatives (not biological or adoptive parents) 55 years of age or older providing care for a child not more than 18 years of age.
Older relatives (not biological or adoptive parents) 55 years of age and older providing care for adults, age 18 to 59, with disabilities.
How to Apply for Our Caregiver Support Program
For any further questions or to apply for case management services, please contact our Caregiver Support Program manager, Karla Fulton, at 801-625-3866 (or Karlaf@weberhs.org).
Caregiver Support Program Surveys
We respect feedback from our clients for future improvement of the program. Below are the results of the state survey and the survey for Weber-Morgan.
Utah State Caregiver Support Clients Survey: State Survey Results
Weber Human Services Caregiver Support Latest Clients Survey: WHS Survey Results