I've got a list of resources here for the caregiver. Click on the links below to visit these online resources.
Support & Self-Care
Whether taking care of a loved one for the first time, or expanding your professional education in end-of-life care, Crossroads University is dedicated to guiding you along your path.
When you’re struggling to care for an older adult (and stay sane), you need practical answers fast. We help you solve the frustrating day-to-day problems that make you lose your temper or keep you up at night.
Family Caregiver Alliance is the first community-based nonprofit organization in the country to address the needs of families and friends providing long-term care for loved ones at home. FCA shines light on the challenges caregivers face daily.
If you’re caring for a loved one who is ill or disabled, this site was created for you. It’s a great place to find assistance, answers, new ideas and helpful advice — for you and your loved one
Providing peer support and education about the special challenges and unique issues facing “well” spouses every day.
Providing an online home for caregivers including tips sections, discussion lists, breaking news, topic specific channels, expert answers and email newsletters.
Resources & Tools
Create a centralized website to share updates and coordinate resource requests
Aging Americans are struggling to pay for assisted living, home care and other forms of long term care. Their mission is to solve this puzzle by providing tools, information and creative ideas which help families and caregivers discover the means to care for their elderly loved ones.
Create an online calendar for support – things like meals, rides to medical appointments, or just stopping by to visit.
Guides and checklists for making the transition from one level of care to another.
Need to take a break? Recover from your own medical procedures? Many facilities provide respite care – short term care when you have a planned or emergency need. Visit my Respite Care page for more information.