Senior Services


What is Caregiving?
The act of providing care to someone in need. It can happen slowly, over time, or suddenly due to an accident or ilness.

Who are Caregivers?
We are family and friends who take care of those we love, as they face a chronic illness or disability.

Who are these services for?
The family caregiver program was designed to help family caregivers caring for seniors age 60 years or older grandparents age 55 or older raising grandchildren 18 years or below or people any age and that has Alzheimer's disease or other dementia disease.

More Information for Caregivers



     As a caregiver have you:

  • Made adjustments to work, time spent with family and finances to care for my loved one.
  • have demands from other family members.
  • Caregiving has become a physical strain.
  • Your sleep is distrubed at night.
  • Feeling completely overwhelmed as a caregiver.
  • Have no time to visit with friends or work on your hobbies.


As a caregiver for another, give yourself permission to care for yourself:

  • Be good to yourself.
  • Ask for and accept help.
  • Educate yourself.
  • Share your feelings.
  • Take time to do something special for yourself.
  • Take a break.
  • Maintain your health checkups and care for your health needs.


If you can say yes to any of the above examples you may be experiencing care giver stress. you may benefit from Family Caregiver Services.

Looking for and finding the right services can sometimes seem complex or difficult. Our trained staff are here to help you and offer choices for your needs and the person you care for. Call 541-440-3677 for more information or email Senior Services

Services can include: Information & Resources for caregivers, information on hiring in-home care, options counseling, support groups, health & welness programs, education & newsletters. *Services is limited by funding restriction.

Are there fees for the services?
There are no fees for the services but donations help to serve more families.

A Family Affair
2014 estimates show more than 5 Million Americans are living with Alzheimer's. More than 15 Million caregivers provided and estimated 18.1 Billion hours of unpaid care.
Learning to care for yourself
Often times caring for yourself comes last, and that's when your own health can suffer and make your role as a caregiver more difficult. learn ways to help prevent caregiver burnout, learn better ways to communication and the ability to identifying when it's time you need extra help.

Who we are?
Douglas County Seniors is honored to serve seniors and family caregivers in the community for 41 years with the support of Douglas County Board of Commissioners, state and federal grants, community partnerships and private donations from caring people like you that believe in this mission.
Thank You!

For more information contact one of our offices today.
Douglas County Seniors Services
1036 SE Douglas Ave Rm 221
Roseburg, OR 97470


Monthly Newsletter

July 2020 Caring Newsletter
June 2020 Caring Newsletter
May 2020 Caring Newsletter
April 2020 Caring Newsletter
March 2020 Caring Newsletter
February 2020 Caring Newsletter
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December 2019 Caring Newsletter
November 2019 Caring Newsletter
October 2019 Caring Newsletter
August 2019 Caring Newsletter
Fall 2019 Powerful Tools for Caregivers
July 2019 Caring Newsletter
May 2019 Caring Newsletter
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February 2019 Caring Newsletter
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Douglas County Senior Services
Reedsport Annex Building
680 Fir Ave
Reedsport, OR 97467