Matthew Rosen

Executive Director

Caregiver Resource Network

631-223-2029

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Caregiver Resource Network, Inc

A 501(c)(3) Not for Profit

Supporting Caregivers and those they Care for.

www.thecrn.org

(631) 223-2029

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What is a Caregiver?

A caregiver is an individual who has either volunteered or felt compelled to help and/or provide personal services to a spouse, relative, friend, etc. Being a caregiver can be both rewarding and thankless. It is a commitment of time and money for an unknown amount. Many caregivers do small things like setting up pills or cooking a meal and don't realize that they are really a caregiver. We believe that they should receive credit where credit is due.

What is the Network?

The network encompasses all the companies and individuals that provide products and services caregivers need and want.

Our Mission

CRN strives to connect a wide community of personal caregivers and care organizations serving millions of individuals and families in need of daily, weekly and long term care.  CRN provides the non- professional personal caregivers (family members, friends and relatives), care services providers and care recipients with educational information, resources and tools to enhance the quality of life for all parties in the care community. We are committed to the emotional, physical, intellectual and social needs of both caregivers and care recipients.

Our Vision

CRN is dedicated to helping caregivers understand their importance in the world of caregiving and to provide the necessary information to perform their functions on a daily basis. We strive to redefine the real world jobs of non professional caregivers based on today's care realities. Being both a source of information for caregivers and a network of organizations providing the services necessary will empower the care community to improve their quality of life and maintain personal dignity for all.

Our Philosophy

At CRN we believe that caregivers need resources, not only to provide care, but to care for themselves. Improving their quality of life by empowering the over one million caregivers on Long Island to seek the resources available as caregivers is extremely important. "It is difficult to care for someone if you don't care for yourself" is an important philosophy.

Outreach

Family Caregiver magazine is the flagship publication of CRN designed to reach the growing caregiver population on Long Island. In addition,  the  CRN website will provide information, resources and tools for the use of caregivers everywhere on a daily basis.

Funding

CRN is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation funded through membership, charitable contributions, endowments and other fund raising activities related to the caregiver community.


CRN strives to connect a wide community of personal caregivers and care organizations serving

millions of individuals and families in need of daily, weekly and long term care. CRN provides the

non- professional personal caregivers (family members, friends and relatives), care services

providers and care recipients with educational information, resources and tools to enhance the

quality life for all parties in the care community. We are committed to the emotional, physical,

intellectual and social needs of both caregivers and care recipients.

 

CRN is dedicated to helping caregivers understand their importance in the world of caregiving and

to provide the necessary information to perform their functions on a daily basis. We strive to

redefine the real world jobs of non professional caregivers based on today's care realities. Being

both a source of information for caregivers and a network of organizations providing the services

necessary will empower the care community to improve their quality of life and maintain personal

dignity for all.

 

At CRN we believe that caregivers need resources, not only to provide care, but to care for

themselves. Improving their quality of life by empowering the over one million caregivers on Long

Island to seek the resources available as caregivers is extremely important. "It is difficult to care

for someone if you don't care for yourself" is an important philosophy.