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Caregiver resources

When is Self-Reliance Really Self-Sabotage in Disguise? | Loren Gelberg-Goff

'Sometimes asking for help is the most meaningful example of self-reliance.' (from poem 'Sometimes' by U.S. Senator Cory Booker, then Mayor of Newark) Family

Smart Patients

is an online community where patients and their families learn from each other about treatments,
clinical trials, the latest science, and how it all fits into the context of their experience.

Depression Linked to Physical Health Decline in Cancer Caregivers

A new report finds cancer caregivers suffer a steady decline in physical health compared to controls, and that symptoms of depression were the only significant predictor of caregivers’ physical...

Atlas of Caregiving

Research, data, technology: Atlas of Caregiving explores and informs family caregiving to make it easier and more effective, now and for generations to come

The Caregiver Space

People approach caregiving like it’s a personal issue. It’s not personal when all of us face the responsibility of providing support for the ill, disabled, and elderly people in our lives.

One Source - Empowering Caregivers

In Home Respite Care

Our Health at Risk: 2011

Stress in America™ survey has confirmed that there is a strong link between stress and overall health; the high amount of stress in America suggests that the nation is on the verge of a stress-induced public health crisis.

Opinion | The Big, Feminist Policy Idea America’s Families Have Been Waiting For

How Universal Family Care could help people throughout their lives.

Cariloop: This passionate, dedicated team is the heart & soul of Cariloop.

Meet the Cariloop Team: Passionate, dedicated people are the heart and soul of Cariloop. Join the movement to support our nation's caregivers.

Caregivers Who Assist Older Adults With Health Care Activities

This study of caregivers of older adults with disabilities with estimates extrapolated from 2 national surveys examines how caregivers’ involvement in older adults’ health care activities relates to caregiving responsibilities, supportive services use, and caregiving-related effects.