National Family Caregivers Month

November is National Family Caregivers Month. This is a time to celebrate the contribution of those volunteer friends and family members who support a loved one with their health or managing a disability. We’re thankful for the contributions of the more than 44 million Americans who care for a family member, friend, or neighbor. Join us as we celebrate the contribution of caregivers and find better ways to support them as they care.


Programs at the National Alliance for Caregiving

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#TalkBrainHealth Conversation Tool Kit

Join the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America and the National Alliance for Caregiving for a month-long social media discussion for family caregivers for an ongoing social media discussion on brain health and memory. If you’ve been noticing changes in an adult in your life, it may be time to talk about brain health. You can participate in a free webinar on starting the conversation or download the #TalkBrainHealth Tool Kit by clicking here

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Healthy Families #StickTogether Immunizations Campaign 

The Healthy Families #StickTogether program is a pilot program and social media campaign for family caregivers of older adults. Family caregiving coalitions in urban centers like San Diego and New York, and rural areas like Wisconsin and Arkansas, are working to educate family caregivers and their loved ones on the importance of adult immunizations. Caregivers and their family are encouraged to share photos online using #StickTogether. To learn more, click here