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Making Connections: Resources for Individuals with Vision and Hearing Loss | Generations Home Care
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It’s vital to develop a strong Connections to Care Program to local resources and community organizations that can also support our caregivers, clients, their family members, and our Continuum of Care partners.

“As part of our dedication to Connections to Care, Generations Home Care wants to share information about a resource within our community, the Talking Book Library, which might help improve the quality of life for many of our loved-ones, clients, and patients with vision and hearing loss.”

-Statement from CEO, Cathy Shiroda

The Talking Book Library

This organization provides audio books and braille delivery services for the visually impaired and physically limited throughout Arizona.

Just like a traditional library, all materials — including the player and headphones — are provided free of charge. The Talking Book Library also offers titles through the Braille and Audio Reading Download (BARD) program that are not available in their physical collection. Patrons of the library can access both the physical collection and register for the BARD program. Service for individual patrons begins with an application for service by downloading the form from the library’s website.

For more information, visit azlibrary.gov/talkingbooks.

Take a Peek at EYEknow.AZ

EYEknow.az is a resource for Arizonans who have vision loss or combined hearing and vision loss. The program is provided by the Governor’s Council on Blindness and Visual Impairment, in partnership with the Arizona Secretary of State.

For more information, visit eyeknow.az.gov

About Generations Home Care

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Generations Home Care offers a full range of in-home care and support services which help individuals of all ages, needs, and challenges remain safe and independent living within their own home. Services range

from short-term to 24/7 around-the-clock care. We offer levels of care ranging from companionship, to respite for the primary family caregiver, to homemaking services to assistance with activities of daily living. We take a holistic approach and emphasize on a consistent, client-centered plan of care.

Our Specialty Services Include: 

  • Rehab or hospital-to-home program (for safe discharge).
  • Post-operative care (short-term care during recovery period).
  • Non-medical life management services (for persons with chronic conditions).
  • Veteran’s connection to care program.
  • Live-in services and couples care.

If you live in Arizona, and would like to learn more about how we can help you, a loved-one and/or your patients or clients, contact us today at 602-595-HOME (4663) or by filling out the contact form on our website.


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