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Avoiding Caregiver Burnout

*Alzheimer's Association 24/7 Helpline


Provides reliable information and support to all those who need assistance. Call toll-free anytime day or night at 1.800.272.3900.

Caring for a Loved One Who Has Cancer

Source: American Society of Clinical Oncology


Resources and support for family who are helping to care for a loved one who has cancer.

Elder Care at the Workplace

Source: Work and Family Research Network (WFRN), Boston College


Website includes information and resources about creating workplaces that are accommodating to family caregivers, including those providing care to senior and disabled loved ones.

Eldercare at Home: A Guide for Family Caregivers

Source: American Geriatrics Society


Online guide is a resource for families and friends who are caring for older people at home. Written by experienced health professionals, the guide is a tool for caregivers who are working in consultation with a health care professional in providing home care for an older person.

Factsheet: Caregivers Need Care Too

Source: IlluminAge Communication Partners


The role of the caregiver; taking care of yourself; finding the help you need.

Family Caregiver Alliance

Source: National Center on Caregiving


Nonprofit organization addressing the needs of families and friends providing long-term care at home. Website contains information, factsheets and contact information to agencies. Contains information in English, Spanish, and Chinese.

National Family Caregiver Support Program

Source: Administration for Community Living


Website includes a wide variety of resources for family caregivers and professionals in the caregiver support field; includes factsheet with information about family caregiver programs for each state

National Family Caregivers Association

Source: Caregiver Action Network (CAN)


The National Family Caregivers Association (NFCA) supports, empowers, educates, and speaks up for the more than 50 million Americans who care for a chronically ill, aged, or disabled loved one.

Stress Information and Resources

Source: U.S. National Library of Medicine


Articles, research and factsheets about stress from the National Institutes of Health

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