There are many sources of information for caregivers available through the Internet. If you do not have a computer, try your local library–most libraries have computers with Internet access for their patrons to use.
AARP is a national organization with a state office and local chapters in every state. They provide information and promote the independence of older adults, including information for family caregivers.
The Alzheimer’s Association is a national organization with a network of chapters in every state. It provides information, education, support and referral. To locate the chapter that serves your community visit their website or call toll-free.
A national information clearinghouse for caregivers.
211 is an easy-to-remember telephone number that, where available, connects people with important community services and volunteer opportunities.
The Eldercare Locator connects older Americans and their caregivers with sources of information on senior services. The service links those who need assistance with state and local area agencies on aging and community-based organizations that serve older adults and their caregivers.
Find services, information, education and support for caregivers who are providing support to loved ones who are ill or disabled.
Each state in the United States has an agency devoted to the health and well-being of its older adults. This agency is your state unit on aging. While it may have a different name in your state, it still serves the same purpose.
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