When Linda Seccaspina became the primary caregiver to her mother-in-law Ida, she wasn't sure where to turn. She discovered the people, programs and services of Carebridge. "They were there for me when I needed them most. They became like family to me. Carebridge is a vital part of our community."
When Norma Glandon could no longer maintain the home she had lived in with her late husband for years, she discovered Carebridge and their safe and supportive housing for seniors within her community. “Carebridge staff are always right there to help all of us. They really seem to care.”
Katrina Bourque and Krista Heath are inspiring examples of the kinds of adults that Carebridge works with to help them become fully integrated, participating members of their community. Our staff work with each person to balance what's important for each person with what's important to each person.
Eric Hammond has been a volunteer driver for Carebridge Community Support for over seven years. Because of Eric's dedication and commitment, seniors and people with disabilities can get to medical appointments, family functions and community events. Volunteers like Eric are vital to the difference that Carebridge makes across Lanark County.
Marylea McGill has worked at Carebridge Community Support for 11 years. As part of the Developmental Services team, Mary Lea supports adults in Lanark County with developmental disabilities. She describes her time with Carebridge and the work she does as life-changing, for her and the people she works with.