Three important ways YOU can make the lives of
Alzheimer's families happier and healthier:
1.give a donation to the Caregiver Relief Program,
$100 pays for quality respite care for one month/family
2. offer to take a friend out to lunch or "sit" with loved one
3.learn how to support the caregiver; friend or family, and refer them to the
free services of the Caregiver Relief Program of Bedford County!

**It is great to have a community that cares!
We offer family caregiver respite reimbursement with the Tennessee Respite Coalition
The Caregiver Relief Program of Bedford County (CGRPBC) began in 1993.
The program has developed into a home based medical care giving ministry.
The Caregiver Relief Program of Bedford County is a non-profit charitable
organization and assists the caregivers of persons with Alzheimer’s disease.
A Registered Nurse visits the home to assess the condition of the participant
and caregiver, offer support, education, medical assessment and referrals.
Our program is also very unique in that we are the only program in Tennessee
that provides free nursing visits in the home.

Support us when you shop for your Valentine. Go to smile.amazon.com/ch/62-1553312 and Amazon donates to Caregiver Relief Program of Bedford County.
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Support us when you shop for your Valentine


Caregiver Relief Program of Middle TN now offers educational experiences , a caregiver closet, and respite care in Davidson County. Teka Moten is our Program Director for the expansion. 

Our Inaugural Caregiver Empowerment Conference took place Friday, August 11, 2017, at the Marcum Technology Building at Motlow State Community College The theme of this year's conference was The Art and Science of Aging and Alzheimer's.

We had a great day! Hope you can join us the next time!

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