A caregiver is someone who takes care of a loved one who is temporarily or permanently incapacitated due to a disability, an accident, illness or aging.

Contrary to popular belief, it is not necessary to live with your loved one in order to be identified as a “caregiver”. As soon as you are running errands, assisting with personal hygiene, dressing, accompanying them to medical appointments or filling any other needs, you are a caregiver.

Services offered by the Centre de soutien entr’Aidants vary widely and are tailored to suit your needs. A simple call is enough! Please don’t wait to be completely exhausted before getting the resources you need…

Quiz About Exhaustion

To see your results, choose the statement below that best describes your situation.