Resources For Family Caregivers – Where to Look for Help?

  • Well Spouse Foundation (WSF): A national, not for profit membership organization that gives support to wives, husbands, and partners of the chronically ill and/or disabled. Through information and support groups, the organization address issues common to family caregivers: anger, guilt, fear, isolation, grief, and financial threat.
  • The ElderCare Diary :P roviding Information, Support and Information for Senior Caregivers. My husband and I dedicate this site to parents we admire and loveā€¦ and hope you find some nuggets of comfort, wisdom and inspiration in these pages.
  • seniorDECISION features consumer ratings and reviews of nursing homes, assisted living, retirement communities, and home health care agencies nationwide. With seniorDECISION, caregivers can rate providers and share opinions on topics ranging from cost to cleanliness, administration to activities. Detailed compliments or complaints are encouraged, not just to speak one’s mind, but to give others a helping hand as they navigate the myriad care and housing options available for loved ones. There is no cost to use seniorDECISION, and the site does not accept industry advertising.
  • MyLifeLine Free, personal websites for cancer patients and their caregivers to help ease communications with loved ones during the treatment process
  • 101 Elder Care Guide: provides online resources on elder care services to senior citizens and caregivers, including elder care news, guide and senior service resources.
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