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Caring Connections

A program of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization that offers free resources and information (online and over the phone) about end-of-life care and services. Includes information about:
- Advance care planning
- Financial assistance
- Hospice care and grief

Caring.com

Information and support for caregivers as they care for aging parents, spouses, and other loved ones 50+. They provide articles, helpful tools, a comprehensive local directory of caregiving services, and the collective wisdom of an involved community. Caring.com's content includes advice from a team of more than 50 trusted leaders in geriatric medicine, law, finance, housing, and other key areas of healthcare and eldercare.

CAREgivinghelp.org

Provides information about a variety of caregiving topics. Also provides access to geriatric care specialists.

Caregivers Marketplace

A program that offers cash back on goods and products that are not typically covered by insurance or Medicare. Products eligible for cash back include nutrition, incontinence supplies, bathing and skin care, and aids for daily living.

Caregiver.com

Provides online information and support to family caregivers, including a resource that helps to identify and locate caregiver support groups and other caregiver resources in specific counties, including non-profit organizations, rural caregiver resources and products and services.

CancerCare

Provides support services for anyone affected by cancer including limited financial assistance grants for:
- Transportation
- Child care
- Home care

Brain Talk Communities

An online forum for caregivers and neurology patients to provide support for each other and to learn about community resources and services.

ARCH National Respite Network

Online Respite Locator is a service to help families and professionals locate respite services in their community from a database of nearly 3,000 members.

American Red Cross - Family Caregiver Training Program

Local Red Cross chapters offer in-person educational sessions, for a nominal fee, on topics such as:
- Home safety
- Healthy eating
- Bathing
- Legal and financial issues
- Self-care for the caregiver

Alzheimer's Association

Provides reliable information, care consultation and supportive services for dementia caregivers through state and local chapters. The website also includes an interactive tool, CareFinder, which helps families to:
- Recognize dementia care
- Plan and pay for care
- Communicate with care providers
- Find local support and resources

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