Caregiver Resources

Here for You and Your Loved One

Did you know that 75% of American adults will spend time caring for an elder relative?  
Caring for your senior loved one is both a privilege and an enormous responsibility.  The Council on Aging can help you access the services you need, get the respite care you deserve, and improve the quality of life that you spend with your loved one.  One call to 772-223-7843 will start the process of getting assistance tailored to your needs. 
The Council on Aging offers a wide array of resources for caregivers, including:
We invite you to learn more about these resources in this section of our web site, or call 772-223-7843 to speak to the manager of our Adult Day Program for more details.

Featured Caregiver Training


Renowned dementia care expert Teepa Snow will present a special caregiver education seminar “Why Did They Do That? Understanding the Symptoms and Behaviors of Dementia” on Wednesday, January 3 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Kane Center in Stuart.

Snow is one of the nation’s foremost dementia care experts with more than 30 years of experience as a certified occupational therapist and a dementia care educator. Her approach to caregiver training is “show don’t tell,” creating a unique, interactive educational experience that helps caregivers clearly visualize how to utilize her advice and techniques.

Snow has developed a multitude of programs and educational resources to train professional and family caregivers. She focuses on developing and maintaining effective communication to keep individuals with dementia connected with the people and world around them. She explains the progression of dementia, how this affects overall health and behavior, and how to build a holistic program of therapeutic support to help a person with dementia maintain the highest possible quality of life.

The seminar is hosted by Senior Helpers of the Treasure Coast as part of the organization’s partnership with Snow, and sponsored by Allegro Senior Living and the Council on Aging of Martin County at the Kane Center.

A VIP luncheon with Teepa Snow, sponsored by Symphony at Stuart Assisted Living & Memory Care, will be from noon to 1 p.m. prior to the seminar. Tickets are $30 with all proceeds going to benefit the Council on Aging’s Adult Day Club. Seating is limited and must be reserved in advance by calling 772.223.7800.

Admission to the seminar is free. For inquiries or to reserve seats, call 772-223-7800. Complimentary respite care will be available but must be arranged in advance by calling 772-223-7843. The Kane Center, home of the Council on Aging of Martin County, is located at 900 SE Salerno Road in Stuart.


Openings Now Available in Our Adult Day Club!

Openings are now available in our Adult Day Club.  To learn more or schedule a personal tour, call 772-223-7843 today!

Kane House Calls - Bringing Quality Medical Care Home to You!

If it's difficult for you to get to the doctor, the Day Medical Center will send a team member to you. Our House Calls program is now available for those who qualify.  
Call 772-223-7864 to learn more!