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Caregiver Resources

Are you looking for caregiver relief solutions?  Caregiver Resources offers support and resources to empower caregivers throughout the memory loss journey.

If you are a caregiver in need of support, please contact us to learn more about how our Caregiver Resources can help you navigate your caregiving role. Resources include:

  • baseline cognitive memory screenings for your loved one
  • needs assessments, plans of care, counsel and support, education, and training
  • identification and coordination of in-home care, physical therapy, and other resources
  • 2 complimentary support groups for caregiver success serving family caregivers of The Ivey and the community-at-large

"WHILE YOU WAIT" program for caregivers

Are you waiting for a neurologist appointment?  Unsure about what to do next?  Need immediate actionable advice?

Let us help!  FREE cognitive assessments & memory screenings with certified care managers. While You Wait service provides support, resources, and guidance during the critical time when caregivers are often left waiting for an appointment with a provider and unsure about what to do next.  Call Now!  704-909-2070


Behind every member, there’s a family.

MCI, Alzheimer’s and other dementias are a “whole family disease” requiring “whole family support.” Family caregiving can be rewarding and all-consuming, and take a significant toll on a caregiver’s health.  The Ivey offers support groups to provide the assistance and reassurance you need to manage stress and take time for your own much-needed care. If you are interested in joining one of our support groups, please contact us by completing this form, emailing here, or calling 704-909-2070.

“We attend the sponsored caregiver support group and have received significant guidance and assistance with the Family Care Managers. From finding a senior community to ongoing trouble-shooting for specific issues – we have a trusted partner! Where would we be without you guys?! Eternally grateful for The Ivey, and its mission to support the dementia community.”         ~Dalia, family caregiver