The Caregiver Action Network is the nation’s leading family caregiver organization working to improve the quality of life for the than 65 million Americans who care for loved ones with chronic conditions, disabilities, disease, or the frailties of old age.

Letter to family caregivers | The Caregiver Space Blog #caregiver

10 Organizations Every Caregiver Should Know #caregiving

Alzheimer's resources

Caregiver Stress Control : Taking care of a loved one can be stressful. These tips are to help caregivers manage their stress and maintain their own health. > http://infographicsmania.com/caregiver-stress-control/

Act out of love #caregiving

Did you know that there are distinct differences between Alzheimer's & Dementia? As a caregiver or family member to an aging loved one, it's important to understand the differences. #EndAlz

Eldercare Locator, Celebrating 20 Years, Connecting You to Community Services

Caregiver.com - For caregivers, about caregivers, by caregivers

8 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Becoming Your Parent’s Caregiver #caregiver #familycaregiver #agingparents #caregiving #alzheimers #tgen #mindcrowd www.mindcrowd.org

#Caregivers do what has to be done #caregiving "Caring is doing what has to be done and not expecting anything in return."

The Caregivers Survival Guide - for mor information on training for caregivers, visit http://www.mycnajobs.com/caregiver-training-and-resources/

Chronic illness

Natural Antidepressant List--The Peaceful Mom

10 Requests From A Dementia Journeyer. Important tidbits to remember as a caregiver, family member or friend. Great idea to print this and read it on occasion as a refresher before a visit.

I like 8 hours of sleep, so it's more like 6.25% of my day, but still...

It can be hard to say no when I really DO want to go and do something, but I know my body and some days the fun is worth paying the price for, some days I just cant. People dont understand to go to their 2-hour event will cost me at least 48 hours.

4 Useful Things to Say As a Caregiver

How Alzheimer's Evolves from Early to Late Stages #caregiving #caregivers info #alzheimers

I couldn't have said it better myself.

American Autoimmune Related Disease Association