In the midst of your holiday celebrations—whether for Christmas,
Hanukkah, or Kwanzaa—remember those who are giving year-round. Family
caregivers can use a little extra support, especially during the busyness
of the season. Help with errands, baking, or providing care.
Any kind of caregiving is going to require coordinating with other people and entities, such as doctors, therapists, insurance, maybe other family members or non-medical caregivers. This is called coordinated care.
We have created a library of support for family caregivers who may find themselves overwhelmed or confused as the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease.
Caregiving and relationship expert, Barry J. Jacobs, has a new book that focuses on marriage for people a couple of decades into their matrimonial journey.