Serving the Homebound & Elderly
High-tech Tools for Caregivers
Old-fashioned community service, looking out for our neighbors, can now be accomplished by the power of online communication.
Download the PDF with links to websites useful for finding caregivers or creating eldercare volunteer or paid teams, presented by Karuna Kreps during the September online workshop.
The CareNextion app is free and can be used globally.
What is needed is for sangha members to step forward and manage the volunteer system for your geographic areas. If you are so inspired to initiate such seva, you will find support that will enable you to touch lives and make a big difference in your community. Please contact us to take on this life-changing service.
The Yogaville Community Association is already providing regular “wellness calls” to its neighbors.
And the Community Committee of the IYI NY is developing vegan food delivery for the homebound.
Train to become a death doula. The free webinar offered by Suzanne B. O’Brien, a Wellness and Oncology nurse is very eye-opening.
Find resources through The Red Cross, the National Family Caregivers Association, or the local Area Agency on Aging
Getting Advice on Geriatric Care – Comfort Keepers
What it Takes to be a Caregiver –
Advice for Caregivers
How To Be The Best Caregiver You Can Be – Healthy in Aging
Tips for Caregivers of the Elderly – Sonas Home Health