About Us

What do you know about the Center for Caregiver Support?

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Connect, Support, Inspire

The Center for Caregiver Support was created for Family Caregivers who need a place to turn to when they are seeking education regarding care issues, resources in their community, and support services to avoid a crisis.

The Center for Caregiver Support was founded in 2020 by Taylor Conley, who has worked with Family Caregivers all over the country for the past three decades. Passionate about helping Caregivers to navigate the twists and turns of their caregiving journey, Taylor has helped thousands of Caregivers find the help and resources they need to ensure the quality of care for their loved ones. Taylor and the staff of the Center understand that Caregivers do their best when they feel Connected, Supported, and Inspired.

The Center is here to help you Connect with other Family Caregivers who share common experiences and concerns and who also want to provide comfort and advice.

We are here to Support you with counseling, education, and personalized planning.

We are here to Inspire Caregivers by providing opportunities for every Caregiver to share the experiences, stories, and knowledge of other Family Caregivers so that all Caregivers know that they are not alone.


Our Partners

Meet Our Executive Director

Taylor J. Conley

Aging Studies – University of South Florida

Taylor started volunteering in activities at a Memory Care Community back in 1997. She graduated in 1999, and was then offered a job in Marketing and opened one of the first Memory Care Communities in the Tampa Bay area. Taylor went on to work a successful career as a Regional Marketing Manager, covering multiple states. Her favorite part of her work was training and supporting marketing teams and the connections she made with the Caregivers-holding their hands and helping them to make some of the decisions they would make as a Caregiver.

Taylor has worked on many projects over the years-such as FACES of Alzheimer’s, Co-Chairing The Walk to End Alzheimer’s, held many fundraisers to support Alzheimer’s research. She loves to present on Aging Related Issues to help Caregiver’s better understand the Aging process.

Taylor’s goal is to bring education, counseling and support opportunities by working with Assisted Living Communities and Skilled Nursing Facilities.
Most importantly, Taylor is dedicated to working with individual Caregivers to find out what is going on in their “Caregiver Journey,” and help connect, so they know they are not alone.

Meet Our Team

These are the people who Connect, Inspire and Support our caregivers. 

Nancy Teten, LCSW SW #7429

Nancy Teten, LCSW SW #7429

Director of Clinical Social Work Services

Nancy Teten, LCSW, MCAP, CCFC, MSW, MA, received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from the University of South Florida in Tampa. She received her first graduate degree as a Master of Arts in Aging Studies from the University of South Florida in Tampa and later completed her second graduate degree as a Master in Social Work from the University of South Florida in Tampa. She has taught both undergraduate and graduate courses at St. Pete College. She has completed her fifth year of the Ph.D. Program in Social Work at the University of South Florida in Tampa and is now working towards completing her dissertation to achieve her Ph.D. in Social Work.

We’re here to help answer any Caregiver questions you may have.