Albuquerque, New Mexico
We are seeking funding for our Alivio Caregiver Support Program. Alivio is our grant funded internal stream of funding crated solely to provide Adult Day Services to low-income, under/uninsured adults and seniors who are frail, elderly, physically or developmentally disabled, suffering from Alzheimer's, Dementia, Parkinson's Disease and/or are otherwise vulnerable and in need of safe and engaging daytime care, and Caregiver Respite for their Family Members and Caregivers. There is no cost to the participants or their families to receive services through the Alivio Program.
Share Your Care Adult Day Services began as a grassroots organization in 1975, and is now the oldest and largest Adult Day Service in New Mexico, serving over 400 fabulous participants in Albuquerque, Rio Rancho and Gallup. Our mission is: to provide the highest quality Adult Day Services as an alternative to the trauma of Institutionalization and the isolation of In-Home Care. We are dedicated to improving the physical and mental health, autonomy and quality of life of adults and seniors who may be frail, elderly, developmentally/physically disabled, suffering from Alzheimer's/Dementia or otherwise vulnerable and in need of a safe, supervised, and engaging day. Family Members and Caregivers receive desperately needed Respite from the physical, emotional, financial, and economic burdens of full-time caregiving with peace of mind knowing that their loved one is safely enjoying a day of their own. We provide: continuous supervision, nutritious snacks and meals, therapeutic mental and physical exercises and activities, outings and entertainment, assistance with daily living, a 1:5 staff to client ratio, transportation, care coordination, a consulting nurse and pharmacist, affordable sliding-scale pricing, access to funding, client/caregiver respite, support and education and a highly trained staff committed to keeping families Happier, Healthier and Together!
To provide the highest quality Adult Day Services and Caregiver Respite as an alternative to the isolation of In-Home Care and the trauma of being placed in a Nursing Home.