Preparation can help you transition to caregiving.
Preparation can help you transition to caregiving.
Preparation can help you transition to caregiving La preparación ayuda en la transición a ser cuidador de familia
Preparation can help you transition to caregiving              La preparación ayuda en la transición a ser cuidador de familia


Welcome to our online bilingual center for family caregivers.  This website is dedicated to individuals who devote their time to care for a loved one at home.  All families endure this very personal situation and it can be very rewarding, yet very demanding. This human experience can be planned, gradual or sudden.  Your time is valuable and there is so much to manage that support is often needed.  You are not alone in this journey and we are here to help.   


Our goal is to support you as a caregiver.  Caregivers sometimes face a great deal of stress and anxiety as they try to manage multiple responsibilities and this can impact your health.  We are committed to providing you with helpful tools through links to caregiver guides, health information, research, a blog and relaxation zones where you can find ways to feel calm, refreshed and energized. We hope you will find our site useful.   


Please consider making a donation so that we may continue to help family caregivers, which will continue to grow in numbers with the Millenial generation reaching higher numbers.  

Thank you for your visit and please visit again!  


We wish you a healthy caregiving journey! 


Caregiver Defined

A family caregiver is a member of the family who provides unpaid care at home to an aging parent, child with a disability, disabled spouse or partner, or any other family member with a chronic illness or disability. Click here for useful tips to stay healthy.



Caregiver Facts

According to a report published by the National Alliance for Caregiving (NAC) and the AARP Public Policy Institute, caregivers most commonly want information about keeping their loved one safe at home and about managing their own stress.  Click here to read the full report, Caregiving in the U.S. 2015.


Building Community

Writing about your experience is healing and sharing your story is a great way to support other caregivers.  When we read about other journeys, they remind us that we are not alone.   Email us a personal short story at for our Blog or write your story in your personal journal.

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