Nearly 44 million unpaid caregivers form the backbone of the US chronic and long-term care system. These hard working family members provide care to injured veterans, aging adults, children with special needs, and individuals with chronic medical needs. Currently, 72% of caregivers take care of someone 50 or older. As the Baby Boomer generation ages, the number of people who need care will continue to swell.
The National Alliance for Caregiving offers a variety of materials to support family caregivers, ranging from booklets and tip sheets to webcasts and conference materials. All of these can be found in this resources section.
Learn more about the Alliance’s resources for caregivers and the professionals who work with them:
- Resources for Professionals
- Caregiving as a Public Health Issue
- Resources for Caregivers
- Adult Immunizations Campaign & Resources
- Brain Health Conversation Toolkit
- Mental Health Caregiving Circle of Care Guidebook
- Falls Prevention Webinars & Toolkit
If you have a free online resource that you believe would be valuable to family caregivers, contact the Alliance at firstname.lastname@example.org.