February is Time to Care and Say Thanks
Criminals will find opportunity for exploitation in every crisis. Warn the Vulnerable Adults and Elderly in your life against phone, email, and online scams for COVID-19 tests, supplies and other things. Join District Attorney Matthew Stowe and spread the word.
While isolation may be necessary during the COVID-19 pandemic – and vital to keeping higher-risk older adults safe – activities and hobbies can help engage seniors and encourage them to have fun.
Elderly and Vulnerable Adults need extra help during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Sign up today to help those in need in your hometown or county.
The Tennessee Commission on Aging and Disability is encouraging members of local communities -- especially in the state’s smaller towns and rural areas -- to volunteer to help older citizens as COVID-19 advances across the country.
We recognize that older adults and caregivers are facing many hardships due to COVID-19. We want to show you care through conversation and make sure your needs are met during this very difficult time. Each week, we can have a volunteer call and check on you or a loved one.
Find the latest information from the State on services available.
Being a caregiver is often a very stressful situation, especially when the patient doesn't want help. Understanding how to manage your stress is vital in being effective with caring for others. Quarantine and isolation only add to that stress. Find help for dealing with being a caregiver at the link below.
February is the time for showing appreciation for the relationships in our lives, and that includes our Elderly and Vulnerable Adults. It is a perfect time to show our elderly friends and family that we care. It is also a good time to say Thank You to the caregivers helping our loved ones.