Resource Center

A woman exercising with her dog; Getty Images

The Value of Stress Reduction in Fighting Heart Disease

Diet and exercise are not the only important factors to consider for your heart health.

A caregiver hugs an aging loved one.

Ambiguous Loss: Grieving a Loved One Who Is Physically Present but Mentally or Emotionally Impaired

Support and self-kindness can help caregivers to process this unique form of grief.

Continue Reading
A woman taking her daily walk outdoors.

5 Ways to Fight Back Against Caregiver Loneliness

Staying connected and active can combat isolation and its negative health impacts.

Continue Reading
A woman at her workplace talking to a co-worker.

Juggling Two Jobs: Your Career and Your Parent’s Care

Opening up to your boss about your workplace needs as a caregiver can help you strike a good balance.

Continue Reading
An older man undergoes walking physical therapy with guidance.

5 Steps You Can Take to Protect Your Loved One from Falling

 Alzheimer's and dementia can lead to falls, and potentially serious injuries, but there are ways to keep your loved one safer.

Continue Reading
Three friends having coffee together in a cafe.

4 Ways to Avoid Becoming Isolated as a Caregiver

Detaching from others can take a serious emotional toll on caregivers, so it's key to stay connected.

Continue Reading
An older woman grocery shopping on a budget.

5 Ways to Assist An Older Adult with Budgeting

Cutting back on unnecessary expenses can help protect your loved one from financial harm.

Continue Reading
A young Afro-American woman receiving a spa facial treatment.

How to Find Time for Yourself as a Dementia Caregiver

Self-care resources offer ways to share your responsibilities and lighten the emotional burden.

Continue Reading
A group holding hands in prayer.

Where to Turn for Support After a Loved One’s Death

Family and friends, as well as community resources, can help caregivers cope with grief.

Continue Reading
A heart with a stethoscope; Getty Images

February is Dedicated to Heart Health

During American Heart Month, healthcare professionals can both teach and model disease prevention.

A caregiver woman with a senior man walking in the park.

The Rich Rewards of Volunteering

Helping others has benefits for older adults

Continue Reading
Getty Images

How ‘Nourish’ is Supporting Caregivers Through Faith

Two women’s caregiving experiences inspired a program to help other caregivers.

Continue Reading
Getty Images

5 Free Helpful Apps for Caregivers

These mobile applications provide tools and information to improve the lives of caregivers and their loved ones.

Continue Reading
6 Priceless Resources for Managing Caregiving Costs

6 Priceless Resources for Managing Caregiving Costs

These programs can help family caregivers face their financial burdens with confidence.

Continue Reading
See More Stories