Caregiver resources

Caring for a family member or friend may feel overwhelming at times. With more information, you may feel more confident in knowing how to meet each day’s demands and needs.

What do we mean when we say caregivers?

Every care situation is different. Every caregiver is different too. You may be a caregiver for someone who is a close friend or family member, or it may be someone you feel responsible to help. Maybe caregiving is something you’ve known was coming for quite a while, or maybe it came as a surprise.

Caregiving is a wide-ranging spectrum that covers all kinds of care. We define a caregiver as a family member, friend or neighbor who provides unpaid assistance with activities of daily living and sometimes medical tasks too.

Whether you’re a new caregiver or have been caregiving for a while, there are many resources that can help you prepare for what’s to come.

Care Guides and Care Organizer

These caregiver tools include resources and tips to help support you and keep your information organized and in one place.

Caregiver support and self-care

Caregiving can be a stressful role. Getting support and information can help you manage the challenges, from balancing caregiving tasks and family relationships to learning how to take time for yourself.

Caregiving and managing medical care

Managing medical care needs can be complicated when you're a caregiver. Learn how to work through common concerns such as managing medications, hospitalizations, home care and more.

Caring for someone with a specific health condition

The way you give care may depend on the health condition of the person you’re caring for. You can find support through resources that address common issues for certain health conditions, like cancer, heart health, depression and more.

Financial, legal and health insurance resources for caregivers

As a caregiver, you may be handling financial, legal and health insurance matters. Get guidance on how to take care of these concerns, from managing authorizations to helping with Medicare.

Connect with organizations for caregiver resources

There's a wide range of caregiver resources and programs available through both national and local organizations. You can find caregiver support groups and events, home care services, respite care, adult day centers, geriatric case managers and more.