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Whether you are caring for an aging parent, chronically ill family member, or a disabled child, caregiving is a stressful blessing. Having good information about caregiving issues can help you avoid burnout. Use the link below to find assistance and advice.
Alzheimer's Caregiving Resources
Use these websites to find help if you're a caregiver for an Alzheimer's patient.
Alzheimer's Foundation of America
Education for caregivers, training for health care professionals, web-based programs/services.
Alzwell Caregiver Support
Web based support service providing caregivers with helpful tips and resources
Teleconferencing service designed for caregivers of individuals with Alzheimer's disease and related illnesses. Use the following link to learn about scheduled teleconferences.
Caring for a parent is not the same as caring for a child. Use these links to help you find support, and to assist you and your parent or elder make informed decisions.
Planning for Eldercare
The wealth of information on this site includes: planning for long term care, medicare/medicaid, veterans benefits, hospice information, and end-of-life issues. Invaluable!
Connect with other caregivers, take free caregiving classes, learn that you're not alone as a caregiver. This site offers a ton of information and support to those who care for their elderly family members.
Family Caregiving 101
Another great site full of information and support for caregivers.
National Care Planning Council
NCPC provides a ton of informative articles dealing with elder and longterm care issues. If you're a caregiver, this information is invaluable.