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The Unexpected 'Gift' of Being a Family Caregiver During COVID

Finding the silver lining in the midst of a pandemic

  

Don’t Forget Self-Care While Caring for a Loved One

AARP’s Mental Health Center can help

Get, Give Help With AARP Community Connections Tool

Linking volunteers with people in need

COVID-19 Spotlights Need to Expand Family Leave Policies

Changes may determine if many women stay at work

Caregiving Lessons From the Pandemic

It's put a spotlight on new challenges

What to Know When Taking Someone to the Doctor

Be aware of new policies and procedures

Respite Program Offers Free Help to Military Caregivers

AARP, Elizabeth Dole Foundation team up

Teens Reach Out to Isolated Older Americans

Virtual programs are lifting spirits during coronavirus

Care at a Skilled Facility More News About Nursing Homes

6 Shocking Stats After a Year of COVID-19

More than 170,000 deaths tied to long-term care

COVID Cases, Deaths Drop Dramatically in Nursing Homes

Vaccines and herd immunity are delivering relief

Facilities With More Minorities Had Triple the COVID Deaths

Outcome stems from historic disparities in the homes

Coping

16 Ideas for Recharging Your Caregiving Energy

A realistic guide to self-care during the pandemic

The Emotional Challenges of End-of-Life Caregivers

Take time together to reminisce and reflect

How Women Caregivers Can Thrive at Work During COVID

Leaving the workforce isn't your only option

CAREGIVER RESOURCE CENTER

Helping you navigate your role as a family caregiver

Video Spotlight

Why COVID-19 Killed So Many People in Nursing Homes

In one year since the first case of COVID-19 in a U.S. nursing home, more than 170,000 people

Caring for Someone With Coronavirus

How you can help care for a loved one with a doctor’s approval for home recovery

Planning Your Advance Health Care Directives

Amanda Singleton offers advice on preparing your advance health care directives during the pandemic

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