Information and resources that support your role in caring for a loved one.
How Coronavirus Affects Family Caregivers
The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, adds an extra layer of stress to being a family caregiver. Here is some advice and some coping techniques.
33 Top Caregiver Questions regarding senior care during the Coronavirus crisis
DailyCaring.com had received many questions from caregivers about how to reduce risk and protect older adults from coronavirus (COVID-19), get financial help, and more. They created this fabulous Q&A to answer the top 33 frequently asked questions.
MASSACHUSETTS FAMILY CAREGIVER SUPPORT PROGRAM
Massachusetts has produced a very informative two-page flyer detailing what it means to be a caregiver, determining if you are one, and how to get the support you need to do the best job you can in providing care for a loved one.
Sudbury Senior Center is offering virtual Caregiver Support Groups
Due to the pandemic, the Sudbury Senior Center remains closed but is expanding its offerings via ZOOM! Programs include two Caregving Support Groups: 1) Virtual Group for Care Partners and Loved Ones with Dementia, and 2) Family Caregiver Support Group. Now more than ever, we need to find new ways to reach out for help. Consider joining these classes if you are at home caring for a loved one.
National Caregivers Month #CaregivingInCrisis – FAMILY CAREGIVER STORIES: Keeping a loved ones spirits up – from a distance.
The story of the ups and down’s one family caregiver is experiencing, having a 96-year old dad in a long-term care facility.