The National Alliance for Caregiving Mission
In advancing our mission, NAC conducts research, does policy analysis, develops national best-practice programs, and works to increase public awareness of family caregiving issues. We recognize that family caregivers provide important societal and financial contributions toward maintaining the well-being of those in their care. In addition to national research and advocacy, NAC provides technical assistance to a national network of caregiving coalitions representing nearly 30 states and localities in the United States and serves as Founder and Secretariat for the International Alliance of Carer Organizations (IACO).
The National Alliance for Caregiving is a leader in conducting policy analysis and tracking legislation dealing with family caregiving issues – initiatives that focus on family caregivers or affect the care recipient in a way that would also affect the family caregiver. The need to support the nation’s nearly 53 million family caregivers and sustain them as the backbone of our chronic and long-term care system is a central issue in national and state efforts to reform healthcare.
WASHINGTON DC – The National Alliance for Caregiving will host Caregiver Nation Summit, its first-ever advocacy day and fly-in, to call on Congress to drive action on the National Strategy to Support Family Caregivers and to protect funding for caregiver support.
National Alliance for Caregiving Webinars
Medicare Webinar: “Extra Help” with Prescription Drug Costs
This webinar for family caregivers and advocates focuses on Medicare Part D’s low income subsidy and features a presentation by a Centers for Medicare and Medicaid subject matter expert. Developed by the National Alliance for Caregiving with grant support from Eli Lilly and Company.
National Alliance for Caregiving
The National Alliance for Caregiving (NAC) in partnership with Caring Across Generations is proud to release Burning the Candle at Both Ends: Sandwich Generation Caregiving in the U.S. This new report illuminates the challenges facing working parents who are providing intergenerational care. More than 11 million Americans (more than a quarter of all caregivers) are caring for an adult family member due to health needs or disability, while also caring for children at home.
Download the latest research on families “sandwiched” between caring for children and caring for adults, conducted in partnership with Caring Across Generations and with grant funding from MassMutual Special Care.