Today's Date: Saturday April 18, 2015
Family Caregivers' Network Society

Caregiver Resource Center

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    Network News is a bi-monthly newsletter full of interesting and informative articles directly related to caregiving issues.

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  • Testimonials

    “Thank you for the information package and application form for Network News. I look forward to receiving my first copy. In the booklets and brochures I have found so many valuable pieces of information. One of which, is the respect and acceptance for our Mom’s right to autonomy, for as long as she can manage and remain safe. A general statement, but as you know, one of the many overwhelming situations families face on a daily basis. We can now refocus our attentions with a better understanding of our Mom’s needs and the needs of the caregiver. Thank you again to the Family Caregivers’ Network, your support and access to information.”

    - C. L., family caregiver

Volunteer Services

The following agencies provide volunteers for a variety of services including driving to appointments, companion visiting, companion walking, gardening, telephone visiting, reading and writing, minor home repairs and preparing income tax returns. The services provided by each agency may vary and are dependent upon volunteer availability.

Beacon Community Services, (250) 655-4402,

Capital City Volunteers, (250) 380-0660,

Capital Families Association, (250) 391-4324,

Esquimalt Volunteer Services, (250) 412-8532,

James Bay Community Project, (250) 388-7844,

Oak Bay Volunteer Services, (250) 595-1034,

Pender Island Community Support, (250) 629-3346

Saanich Volunteer Services, (250) 595-8008,

Salt Spring Seniors Services Society, (250) 537-4604

Sooke Community Assistance Society, (250) 642-2338

If you cannot find what you are looking for please feel free to contact the Family Caregivers Network Society at (250) 384-0408 or email for more information and additional referral sources.