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How to Reconnect the Isolated Family Caregiver

Don't give up asking friends and family for support

  

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Yes, You Can Get Paid to Be a Family Caregiver

Programs that can alleviate the financial burden

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Avoiding Guardianship and Probate Court

Plan ahead to provide caregivers with legal authority

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Understanding Medicaid Coverage for Nursing Homes

Don't 'spend down' without a plan

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How to Hire an Aide for a Family Member or Friend

First step: determine the level of assistance you need

Sundown Syndrome

Managing Behavior Caused by Sundown Syndrome

How dementia caregivers can soothe anxiety

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Paid Family Leave: States With Laws to Help Caregivers

See if your state has a family-leave program

CAREGIVER RESOURCE CENTER

Helping you navigate your role as a family caregiver

Video Spotlight

Suddenly a Caregiver: ‘It was abrupt as it gets’

Elizabeth Dole Foundation fellow Karee White cares for her veteran daughter after a TBI

Road to Recovery: Surviving a Traumatic Brain Injury

Roxana Delgado helped her husband regain independence after he was injured in Iraq

What You Need to Know About Power of Attorney

Everyone older than 18 should have a power of attorney in place — just in case

From the Caregiving Community