The list on the follow page is a comprehensive list of caregiver resources. It is well worth copying for future reference.
Search the Alzheimer's Reading Room for Answers to your Questions about Alzheimer's and dementia
AARP: This organization supplies information about caregiving, long-term care and aging, including publications and audiovisual aids for caregivers. The free online seminar Planning for the Care of Aging Parents is just one example of the educational resources provided.
Alzheimer’s Association 24/7 Helpline: Referral and support.
Benefits CheckUp: This Web site, operated by the National Council on the Aging, identifies federal and state assistance programs for older Americans in each community.
Custom Search - What is the Difference Between Alzheimer’s and DementiaCaregiving Online: The site pulls together other sites that offer information on maintaining caregiver health
Caregiver Survival Resources: The site aims to help others cope with the demands of caregiving.
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services: The official U.S. government site for people on Medicare.
Custom Search - Are Alzheimer's Caregivers the Forgotten?
Family Caregiver Alliance: Tracks action on key legislative issues of concern to family caregivers and offers advice on how to get involved in advocacy efforts.
Hospice Net: Organization provides information and support to patients and families facing life-threatening illnesses. Hospice Net is an independent, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization working exclusively through the Internet.
National Alliance for Caregiving: The NAC is dedicated to providing support to family caregivers of older persons and the professionals who help them and to increase public awareness of issues facing family caregiving.
National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization: The largest nonprofit membership organization representing hospice and palliative care programs and professionals in the United States. The organization is committed to improving end-of-life care and expanding access to hospice care with the goal of profoundly enhancing quality of life for the dying and their loved ones.
Today’s Caregiver magazine: A print and Web magazine dedicated to those caring for loved ones, written for caregivers by caregivers and dealing with topics like stress and depression management, financial, legal and medical advice, housing and incontinence.
U.S. Administration on Aging: The federal agency that develops programs and information resources for the elderly and their families.
Family Caregivers Online Newsletter: Online educational resource with practical information for family caregivers.