Are you a caregiver?
Every year, 4.1 million New Yorkers assume the role of caregiver at some point, providing more than 2.6 billion hours of direct, hands-on care to loved ones.
A Caregivers Guide
NYSOFA has developed this new Caregiver’s Guide video to help individuals self-identify as caregivers and learn more about resources that can help support them in this demanding role.
Help for Caregivers: Services and Resources
Assistance and advocacy for caregivers.
Help for Caregivers: Digital Supports
If you provide unpaid care to a loved one, visit newyork-caregivers.com to sign up for free resources and personalized training to help you care for a loved one.
How it Works: Visit the online platform link and create an account at newyork-caregivers.com.
The ARCHANGELS Caregiver Intensity Index (CII) provides each caregiver with a ‘score’ that validates their experience and connects them to resources.
Case management is available to assess the needs of the caregiver and coordinate services, if needed.
To assist caregivers in the areas of health, nutrition and financial literacy and to make decisions and solve problems relating to their caregiver roles.
To help temporarily relieve caregivers from their responsibilities by providing a short-term break through various types of care. Other services such as home-delivered meals, personal emergency response systems (ie: LifeAlert), legal services, and more.
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