TeriLynne

TeriLynne

TeriLynne is one of the 1% of family caregivers who identify as Native American. Because caring for family members is a valued part of Native American culture, many Native Americans do not identify as caregivers. TeriLynne, and her sister Zuzette, jointly care for...
Sarah

Sarah

Sarah is one of the 24% of caregivers who cares for multiple, her husband, her mother, and her brother before he passed away.
Debbi

Debbi

Debbi is one of 14% caregiver who identify as African Americans. She cares for her son with an intellectual or developmental disability (IDD). She became an advocate for herself and her son, as many caregivers are forced to do.
Jim

Jim

Jim and his wife care for their veteran daughter since she was in a car accident while stationed in Italy as an Army Captain. Their daughter now needs 24/7 care and is in the Veteran Directed Care Program.
Whitney

Whitney

Whitney cared for both her two-year-old and her husband, who was diagnosed with brain cancer, while maintaining full-time work as an attorney. She provided care for more than forty hours a week due to a decline in cognitive function that her husband experienced...