Transitions LifeCare – Comprehensive support for caregivers

Comprehensive support for caregivers


Transitions GuidingLights

Guiding Lights Caregiver Support Center has been designed solely with caregivers in mind. It is our goal to have the very best resources and means of support for all local family and professional caregivers, that we might maximally diminish the fear, doubt, and overwhelming stress that accompany this very important aspect of family life.


Transitions GuidingLights was founded as Guiding Lights Caregiver Support Center in 2010 to address the overwhelming need for caregiver support.  Most services provided are of no charge to the caregiver, and each referred organization has been assessed and evaluated before they are recommended to caregivers. In 2014, Guiding Lights and Transitions LifeCare formed a partnership designed to improve efficiencies of both independent organizations, and in 2015 Guiding Lights Caregiver Support Center became Transitions GuidingLights.


  • Information referrals - Caregivers may receive personally tailored referrals to meet their specific care needs. All vendors have been through a vetting process so that we can feel confident that we are providing you with information about organizations of excellence. Referral services are free of charge to family caregivers.
  • Support groups - Topics such as support for the caregiver, dementia, bereavement, and diabetes are covered in support groups held throughout the year.
  • Video Segments - Topics such as fall prevention, long-term care options, Medicare/Medicaid, and nutrition are covered by knowledgeable professionals.

For more information on Transitions GuidingLights

We’re located at 3739 National Drive, Suite 204, Raleigh, NC 27612. For information on additional services including professional training, call us at 919-371-2062 or visit our website at

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