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The Caregiver’s Voice (TCV)
P.O. Box 589
Pearblossom, CA 93553
Tel: 1 (661) 944-1130
Website: http://www.TheCaregiversVoice.com
The independent voice of family and professional caregivers of adults with brain impairment caused by dementia (such as Alzheimer’s disease), stroke related illness, or trauma. The Caregiver’s Voice features a wealth of information to bring knowledge, strength and joy to caregivers through: Ask the Caregiver’s Voice, Latest News, Health and Finance Up-Date, Product and Tip Reviews, Resources and Links, and Community pages.

Today’s Caregiver
For About and By Caregivers

http://www.Caregiver.com
One of the best sites for caregivers. Sign –up for the FREE Newsletter or Today’s Caregiver…the first national magazine dedicated to caregivers… both packed full of information. Read their caregiver tips…one might be just the one you are looking for or share your own. I have so enjoyed browsing through and picking up valuable tools.

Stories

It is important to watch out for fraud and abuse in our world today this is a story to show what can happen… and the good thing that can be done to help. Documentary aims to protect seniors’ moneyhttp://www.usatoday.com/story/money/personalfinance/2013/09/23/financial-elder-abuse-documentary/2851249/?sf17591980=1

Richard Taylor has Alzheimer’s and he has written many books and articles informing us as to how it feels to be a victim of this terrible disease and what it feels like to be treated by you: a loved one, a person in the community, a professional caregiver or the world. Here is one of his complaints…we need to fix it!
http://thecaregiversvoice.com/how-to-keep-going-under-forever/

Volunteers

Being a Volunteer means being a good friend…

Click here for a volunteer Application

Are you a good friend?

What are you doing this summer? Would you like to spend a few hours with us? We would love to have you. We consider good friends to be someone who brings something they would like to share, brings a new idea, listens to our stories, tells a good story, likes to go for walks, helps us exercise, loves to watch a good movie, plays a good game of whatever… or just shows that they care and understands what we might feel… Is that you?

The best time to visit is anytime between:
9:00 am and 11:30 am or between 12:30 pm and 2:30 pm.

Looking forward to meeting you!
Call 559 783 9815 or stop by facility at 227 E Oak St. Porterville, CA.

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