Caregiving affects everyone.
I’m a daughter, sister, granddaughter, wife, and mother. Someday, my children or my husband may have to care for me. Someday, I may have to care for my parents, or a sibling.
Caregiving touches all of our lives at some point. And because everyone’s experience will be unique, there’s no universal road map.
That’s where we can help. That’s what our resources, blog posts, and services are all about: pointing you in the direction you need to go. Making you aware of what’s available. Equipping you to be an advocate for your loved one.
Explore our resources below.
Information, tools, and advice to find connections, start conversations, and experience compassion while caregiving.
Let’s talk about caregiving.
Caregiving isn’t always easy. Sometimes, we need help navigating this new and confusing world. Sometimes we just need someone who’s been there to point us in the right direction. If that’s you, we offer 1:1 support, virtually and locally.
Each coaching conversation includes a customized CarePage to use as a compass for your caregiving journey.
Real-life caregivers. Real-time conversations. #CARECHAT
Caring for a family member or friend can be a lonely experience.
#carechat is a real-time conversation offered twice weekly at 1ET and 8ET on Twitter. The forum, moderated by caregivers (Michelle is one of them!), is a great way to connect with others who care for a family member. Each week, participants listen and share their experiences in this virtual support group, discussing everything from difficult behaviors to surviving hospitalizations. Caregivers of all ages and in all stages — even those finding their normal after a loved one’s passing — are welcome.#carechat is hosted in partnership with Caregiving.com, CaregivingAdvice.com and Amy Goyer. Each week, our hour-long Twitter chats will focus on a different topic.
Learn more at caregiving.com/twitter/
New in 2019! Join the #latenite #carechat to have casual conversations about staying sane, successes and challenges with fellow family caregivers. The #latenite #carechat is through Caregiving.com.
Learn more at caregiving.com/latenite/
Caregiving is better together.
The Caregiving Advice for All Ages & Stages group is a safe place to ask questions, make connections, and seek resource recommendations about caregiving.
These solopreneurs saw a need, created a solution, and work daily to meet caregivers where they are.