Knowledge is power! Here are some useful websites to help you.
The National Family Caregivers Association educates, supports, empowers and speaks up for the more than 50 million Americans who care for loved ones with a chronic illness or disability or the frailties of old age.
Here is a unique, helpful website that can help you take your medication on time. You can create easy-to-read medication schedules, set automatic email or text reminders, keep track of dosages, and so much more. Best of all, it’s FREE!
The Alzheimer’s Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer care, support and research. Their mission is to eliminate Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.
Learn how to navigate the various challenges of caring for someone with PD, what to expect at different stages and how to recognize signs of caregiver stress. Find answers, change lives, beat Parkinson’s!
Long-term care includes a variety of services and supports to meet health or personal care needs over an extended period of time. The website provides information and resources to help you and your family plan for future long-term care.
The NAELA membership is comprised of attorneys in the private and public sectors who deal with legal issues affecting the elderly and disabled.
Professional Geriatric Care Managers (PGCMs) are health and human services specialists who help families care for older relatives, while encouraging as much independence as possible.
As a private non-profit organization, the Area Agency on Aging, advocates, plans, coordinates, develops and delivers services for adults aged 60 years and older, adults aged 18 years and older with disabilities and long-term care needs, and family caregivers. They have a vast variety of programs and services to enhance the quality of life for residents of Maricopa County, Arizona.
From slick floors to overzealous pets, our homes are filled with obstacles that can cause us to fall. The dangers of fall-related injuries are especially high for senior citizens. In fact, one-third of all people over 65 will fall this year. Get some great tips on how to prevent falls in your home.
Need information about Rheumatoid Arthritis? Here is a foundation that provides free information, resources, and support to those in need.
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