Effective March 18, 2019, all CSRA Worksource OneStop and OneStop Affiliate offices will be temporarily closed to the public until further notice. 
Additionally, all CSRA office and affliate office locations are closed to the public.
We will provide updates on this web page as developments are made, so please check back for more information.

 

Caregiver Program

Many seniors and people with disabilities depend on family caregivers or professional caregivers to help them live their daily lives. While caring for a loved one can be a rewarding experience, it can also be physically, emotionally and financially draining.

These caregiver programs reach out to caregivers and give them resources and information to assist them on their caregiver journey. We provide the following services for caregivers:

Benjamin Rose Institute (BRI) Care Consultation: A program that acts as a compass, guiding individuals and families throughout the caregiving journey.  All assistance is provided by telephone, mail, and /or e-mail.  By calling, you will have access to a Care Consultant, a professional who provides you information, advice, coaching and support on what matters most to you.  If you are interested in this program, please call Andrea Buggs, Long Term Care Program Manager at (706)650-5629.

Tailored Caregiver Assessment and Referral (T-CARE): A tailored caregiver and assessment process designed to assist case managers who work with older adults create care plans tailored to meet the unique needs of each caregivers. “TCARE® is based on the Caregiver Identity Theory developed by Rhonda J.V.  Montgomery and Karl Kosloski (Montgomery, Rowe, Kosloski, 2007).”  If you are interested in this program, please call Andrea Buggs, Long Term Care Program Manager at (706)650-5629.

Powerful Tools for Caregivers (PTC): Research studies find high rates of depression and anxiety among caregivers and increased vulnerability to health problems.  PTC is an evidence-based program that improves self-care behaviors: (increased exercise, use of relaxation techniques and medical check ups.), management of emotions: (reduced guilt, anger, and depression) and use of Community Resources: (increased utilization of community services). The 90 minute class is given once a week for six consecutive weeks. To register for a PTC workshop, please call Betsy Teasley, PTC Class Leader at  (706) 650-5637 or visit the Georgia HealthMatters website by CLICKING HERE.