Family Caregiver Wellness
Family Caregivers are described as individuals who provide ongoing care and assistance, without pay, for family members or friends in need of support due to physical, cognitive, or mental health conditions. As of 2002, almost 4% of Canadians identified as a family caregiver of individuals with disabilities, chronic conditions, or frailty. This percentage translated to approximately one million individuals caring for a family member in an informal capacity.
Are you caring for a loved one? Learn the skills to be confident and empowered as a family caregiver. NorQuest College has the knowledge and expertise to provide workshops to help family caregivers transition into their new normal of caring for their loved ones. We can equip you with the knowledge to look after your loved one. With our online videos, tutorials, and innovative workshops, you can learn online at home.