Caregiver Resources

Links to Resources and Information to Help Caregivers Navigate Caregiving

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Caring Across Generations

Caring Across Generations works to develop innovative policies and shifting cultural norms around aging and care; and elevating the stories of caregivers and older adults. A valuable information source for caregivers.

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U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services

Across HHS, our agencies provide resources for caregivers who take care of an aging, seriously ill, or disabled family member or friend. Learn more about being a caregiver and locate resources:

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Family Caregiver Alliance

Find a wide range of caregiver resources, including caregiving tips, information and encouragement about taking care of yourself as a caregiver, connections to community organizations and agencies, and overviews of health conditions.

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National Alliance for Caregiving

NAC conducts research, does policy analysis, develops national best-practice programs, and works to increase public awareness of family caregiving issues. We recognize that family caregivers provide important societal and financial contributions toward maintaining the well-being of those in their care. Resources for caregivers.

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AARP

The AARP is more than a advocacy group for seniors, its a rich source of information for people of all ages. Here you can find valuable information and resources for Family Caregiving, including local sources for in home care, support groups, community and medical services.

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USA Gov

Get tips and information to help you care for your loved one with special medical needs, including programs for family members of veterans and people with disabilities to get paid to provide care.

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National Institute on Aging

Millions of Americans take care of a friend or family member with a serious health condition. Being a caregiver can be a labor of love, but it can also be stressful. Learn how you can be an effective caregiver while also taking care of yourself.

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Alzheimer's Foundation of America

The Alzheimer's Foundation of America is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide support, services and education to individuals, families and caregivers affected by Alzheimer's disease and related dementias nationwide, and fund research for better treatment and a cure.

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Caregiver Support 
Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementias

Providing expanded support to caregivers of people with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Our goal is to reduce caregiver financial, emotional and physical distress. The long term benefit would be to improve caregiver health and quality of life which results in a reduction in care receiver emergency visits and delayed or avoided institutional placement.

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Parkinson's Foundation

We have everything you need to live better with Parkinson’s. Support our mission to improve care and advance research toward a cure. Read the latest in research and tips from people living with Parkinson’s.

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AHA's American Stroke Association

As a caregiver, you provide the most important long-term support for your stroke survivor’s recovery and rehabilitation. But who takes care of you? You’re not alone in facing the challenges to balance your caregiving with family, work, personal time and other commitments.

At the American Stroke Association, we’re only a click or a phone call away to assist you.

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CAN: Caregiver Action Network

Caregiver Action Network is the nation’s leading family caregiver organization working to improve the quality of life for the more than 90 million Americans who care for loved ones with chronic conditions, disabilities, disease, or the frailties of old age. CAN serves a broad spectrum of family caregivers ranging from the parents of children with special needs, to the families and friends of wounded soldiers; from a young couple dealing with a diagnosis of MS, to adult children caring for parents with Alzheimer’s disease.