E-mail friends and family about the Caregiving pages on AARP.org. Be sure to visit our Navigating the World of Caregiving tool kit, which has such features as expert videos, checklists, and articles to share. You can click on "e-mail to a friend" from any topic.
Order the "Caring for Those You Care About" CD-ROM. This disc allows you to print out up to 43 practical tip sheets. The information can help caregivers to find home help, quality living arrangements, and to navigate legal issues. Give copies to your office's human resources director, to a leader in your faith community, or to any other person who can print and give the tip sheets to caregivers who could use the information.
Suggest the book "Caring for Your Parents: The Complete Family Guide" to your book group, to interested people in your faith community, or to a caregiver you know. Discussion questions are included in this tool kit (in a separate document).
Become an advocate for caregivers: Find out what your state is doing about issues that are important to caregivers and to persons living with disabilities. Contact the AARP Advocacy Center or join Divided We Fail. … Back to Article
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