We also invite you to check out our Blog’s caregiver section where we explore the caregiver’s role in more detail, providing helpful tips and advice from industry professionals.
Information and support for people with Alzheimer’s disease and their caregivers. Operates a 24/7 helpline and care navigator tools.
The government’s free information resource about Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.
Exercise your mind and have fun with the following memory games!
What Do I Need Going Home from a Hospital or Rehab?
Questions and Answers for Family Caregivers
This guide provides practical tips to help patients and family caregivers coordinate agendas before an appointment
(ER) experience can be overwhelming and confusing. This guide delivers steps to help you prepare for and avoid, ER visits.
Intends to help you locate government, non-profit, and private programs in your area. It includes services for family caregivers and resources for older adults or those living with disabilities at home or in a residential facility.
Helps educate, support, and empower more that 65 million people who care for others living with a chronic illness, disability or frailties of old age.
Study after study has shown that animals (especially dogs) can not only provide companionship, but also reduce anxiety and depression in those with Alzheimer’s and other illnesses. Check out Pet Finder.
A non-profit alliance of national Organizations focusing on issues of family caregiving.
Find programs and services that allow caregivers to get a break from caring for a loved one.
Handy list of support, services, and tips for caregivers.
Information, tools and tips for caregivers
Find and Compare: Doctors, Nursing Homes, Plans, Hospitals, Medical Supplies, and Home Health Care Services
Support and services for families caring for veterans. Maintains a Veteran caregiver support line.
These resources can help you navigate the daily tasks, questions and challenges you may have when caring for a stroke survivor.