Building A Family-Centered Future
The nation has begun to recognize the essential role unpaid friends and family members play in supporting individuals with ongoing health and care needs. Yet these informal supports systems are not sufficient to support the many Americans with care needs. Caregivers need support to continue to provide care and to care for themselves. Recognizing the value – the contributions, the expertise, the economic and health impact – of what caregivers do, as partners in innovation, is a key part of creating a more equitable, person- and family-centered health care system.
Incentivizing Medical Providers to Include Caregivers as Part of the Treatment Team
COVID-19 Transition to Traditional Coverage 101
The COVID-19 Public Health Emergency (PHE) originally declared by the U.S. Government on January 31st, 2020 will officially expire on May 11th, 2023.
While there are changes to the regulatory framework surrounding COVID-19 health measures, the end of the PHE is the beginning of a longer process of moving toward traditional coverage and payment, likely commencing in the fall.
How Crisis Impacts the Way We Care: Understanding COVID-19’s Impact on Family Caregivers & Lessons for Future Challenges
Developed by the National Alliance for Caregiving (NAC) and the Adira Foundation, this infographic, the COVID-19 Caregiving Framework, depicts key points of crisis for caregivers during a global health emergency.
This platform, a collaboration between the National Alliance for Caregiving and the Adira Foundation, provides support to caregiver stakeholders by offering meaningful resources to support state, local, and national public health efforts as well as practical resources for families. The site allows caregiver stakeholders to submit resources to ensure the content improves and grows in the direction family caregivers and those who support them need.
Alzheimer’s Disease Caregiver Journey Map
NAC is proud to have joined the AgingWell Hub to create this integrated journey map for those caring for individuals with Alzheimer’s and other dementias. The map can be used to identify opportunities to provide support and intervention for caregivers, and in turn, to benefit their care recipients. Multiple players in today’s health care system — a pharmaceutical company, health care provider, health-related technology provider, university, leading national nonprofits and more — came together to share expert knowledge and proprietary research to develop the map from the perspective of consumers. The map captures the 360-degree experience of individuals caring for individuals with Alzheimer’s Disease or other serious cognitive impairment.
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