Communities this size typically offer shared and private accommodations, a high caregiver to resident ratio, limited resident enrichment, and more affordable prices when compared to larger communities. The community is managed by Elizabeth Kalugira. This community has not been reviewed yet.
January 12, By: Helga Niesz, Principal Analyst. The Adult Family Living Program no longer accepts new applicants but continues to support four existing participants.
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Adult Family Living AFL —also known as Caregiver Homes of Connecticut—is a program that helps frail elderly individuals to remain living in private homes instead of moving into assisted living communities or nursing homes. This program works by providing financial assistance and support for family members or friends that act as both primary in-home caregivers and hosts of an elderly individual. This program is akin to a type of foster care for adults.
When it comes to elder-care and age or disability-related services, the best caregiver is family. Now a relative or close friend can devote time, care, and service to an elderly consumer in their own home! Following a preliminary evaluation and qualification, Juniper Homecare will provide training and orientation, support, professional assistance, and even nutritional planning, meal preparation guidance and adult day-care services as needed.
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Family caregivers in Connecticut can now be compensated for the services they provide! With your help, your loved ones are able to stay at home due to your generous care. You may not expect to be paid, but now you can…with a program that recognizes the value of what you do.
Because caring for someone who can no longer live safely on their own is a big job, Adult Family Care AFC is here to help. AFC is a program that provides both financial support and practical assistance to families who are caring for a family member at home. A family member qualifies if they are over the age of 16, either disabled or elderly, meet eligibility requirements and need assistance with one or more of the tasks of daily living such as bathing, eating or dressing. Adult Family Care is also available to help support qualifying individuals placed in homes with caregivers who are not relatives.