- The National Institute of Health's MedlinePlus site has an overview of caregiver services. It also offers resources to help you protect your own health.
- This resource from the National Cancer Institute is for family and friends who are caring for a person with cancer.
- The family member you're caring for may not be able to handle their bills themselves. Get information about managing their finances from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
The helps people caring for veterans. Find services and benefits for your loved one and get support for yourself.
- Get tips on how to prevent or relieve caregiver stress and how to find and pay for home health care services.
State and Local Caregiver Support Resources
- Use this list from the Department of Health and Human Services to find a variety of government and non-government resources. Compare home health agencies, or use the to connect with senior services.
Additional Support for Caregivers
If you're not able to leave your loved one at home but need emotional support, an online support group might be a good option. Be careful not to give out detailed personal, medical, or financial information to anyone online to protect against fraud or scams.program lets qualified people manage their own health services. It also lets them hire family members as caregivers in some states.
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Xổ số trực tiếp 3 miềnLast Updated: August 26, 2020