We know you have many concerns and questions about caregiving. We invite you to join our caregiver support groups and our caregiver programs. Below are listed some resources for caregivers that will help you along your journey.
|Rush Manual for Caregivers|
|The Caregiver's Bill of Rights
A list of ways to remain strong in the role of caregiver.
|Care for the Caregiver
Ideas to help strengthen the physical and emotional strengths of the caregiver. Includes a quiz to see how you are faring.
|Caregiver and Chronic Stress
Studies show that three fourths of caregivers are “going it alone”. Caregivers are usually going it alone without any guidelines. Here are tips to keep you in balance.
|Fighting Caregiver Fatigue
By: Kristine Dwyer
|Coping with Stress and Anxiety
By: Today's Caregiver
|Danger Signs for Caregivers
By: Pam Erickson
By: University of Washington's Alzheimer's Disease Research Center
Caregivers must adjust to role changes which are extremely stressful. There are no clearly defined goals to follow.
By: Aorian Raymond
By: Collette Przbyl
|Helpful Hits for Caregivers
By: Pam Erickson
|At the Heart of Alzheimer's: Caring and Coping
By: Carol Simpson
The keys to quality caregiving with suggested goals for the caregivers. Learning to accept compromise and allowing the patient to participate in everyday life even if the results of their help don’t meet your standards.
|The Downs and Ups of Caregiving
By: Jo Horne
Caregiving for an Alzheimer’s patient is stressful. Here are tips and techniques for dealing with stress.
|Are you Neglecting your own needs?
By: Carol Schwark and Bob Rashkin
|Keeping a Journal
By: Dan Kuhn
By: Lyn Noyes
|Setting Limits to Caregiving
By: Roberta Satow