The Giving Circle
The Giving Circle Africa's Mission: Pledged to shape better lives by building and teaching sustainable solutions in education, health, farming, and economic self-empowerment to end poverty and hopelessness.
The Giving Circle, Inc. (TGC) is an all volunteer non-profit organization based in Saratoga Springs, NY. The organization was founded in 2005 by Jefferson Award honoree Mark Bertrand with a mission to seek out communities in need and connect them with those with the resources to help.
The Giving Circle, Inc. was initially founded in response to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, and has since expanded its efforts working locally with the underserved families in Saratoga County including partnering with the City of Saratoga to found and operate Code Blue (emergency homeless shelter); nationally – continuing rehabilitation efforts in the Gulf Coast and NYC Area, and internationally with its The Giving Circle Africa (NGO), projects including The Koi Koi House orphanage, 2 schools, health clinic, farming and more in Uganda.
Elder Abuse, Hospital Hints, Nursing Homes, Older Drivers
Caring for a Person with Alzheimer's Disease, End of Life: Helping With Comfort and Care,
So Far Away: Twenty Questions and Answers About Long-Distance Caregiving, Talking With Your Doctor
Home Safety for People with Alzheimer's Disease, Hospitalization Happens, Safe Use of Medicines
Fact Sheets For Families:
Bathing, Caring for Yourself, Changes in Communications Skills, Changes in Intimacy and Sexuality,
Coping with Agitation and Aggression, Daily Activities, Disaster Preparedness, Driving Safety, End-of-Life Care,
Exercise and Physical Activity, Going Out, Going to the Hospital, Grooming and Dressing,
Hallucinations, Delusions, and Paranoia, Healthy Eating, Helping Family and Friends Understand Alzheimer's Disease,
Helping Kids Understand Alzheimer's Disease, Holiday Hints, Home Safety, Incontinence,
Long-Distance Caregiving—A Family Affair, Long-Distance Caregiving—Getting Started, Managing Medicines,
Managing Personality and Behavior Changes, Money Problems, Rummaging and Hiding Things, Sundowning,
There's No Place Like Home - For Growing Old, Traveling Overnight, Wandering
Fact Sheets Caregivers:
When Is It Safe To Manually Lift A Patient?