The Caregiver of the Year Award  is an award designed to recognize selfless acts, effort and commitment of caregivers toward their loved ones. It’s a time to honor those that sacrifice their own resources, comfort, and sometimes livelihoods for the good of others. Many caregivers retire early and give up their lives to take care of their loved ones. The job of a caregiver although honorable is usually a job where a person may feel under appreciated.

The Caregiver of the Year Award  lets caregivers and the community know a caregiver’s service, commitment, time, resources, energy, strength, loyalty, patience, and faithfulness is valued and deemed worthy to be celebrated!

As a part of the yearly Caregiver’s Rest Conference, Caregiver’s Respite recognizes and celebrates individuals from all types of care giving diligence situations. If you know of someone who provides outstanding, unpaid care for an ill family member or loved one nominate them, using the form below, today!

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Caregiver of the Year 2010
Caregivers Ethel Patterson and Ruby Johnson

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Caregiver of the Year 2011
Mrs. Zola Nelson and Magnolia Tolbert

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Caregiver of the Year 2012
Ms. Anne Williams
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Exemplary by the Tri-State Defender

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Caregivers of the Year 2014
Mr. Bryan Morton (left) Mr. Reed Hayslett (right)
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Men Who Care by the Tri-State Defender

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Caregivers of the Year 2015
Mrs. Velma McCollins and Mrs. Blondell Phillips
Caregivers Respite would like to congratulate our Caregivers of the year 2015Mrs. Velma McCollins and Mrs. Blondell Phillips. They are two awesome and kind-hearted women who devote their time to being a huge help. Both caregivers spend their days unselfishly caring for their loved ones.  Both nominees are so gracious, they really are true examples of what family caregivers are all about.

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Caregiver of the Year 2016

Belinda F. Bryan

Nominate a Caregiver!

 

 

Please nominate them by mailing or emailing a short statement of why you feel your nominee should be Caregiver of the Year.

The following rules apply:

1. Nominee must be 18 years or older

2. Must be an unpaid family caregiver

3. Must not be previously nominated

4. Form must be received by deadline (October 7,2017)

Nominate a Caregiver by Filling Out the Form Below