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-excerpted from Taking Care of YOU: Self-Care for Family Caregivers (Family Caregiver Alliance) Being able to communicate constructively is one of a caregiverʼs most important tools. When you communicate in ways that are clear, assertive, and constructive, you will be heard and get the help and support you need. The box below shows basic... Read More August 19, 2022 —
Caring.com has many interesting caregiver resources (topics), many not found elsewhere. In the Caregiver Resource Center, browse topics such as “A Beginner’s Guide to Medicaid”, “Accessing Durable Medical Equipment with Medical Equipment Banks”, “Assisted Living Options for People Struggling with Addiction” and “Guide to the Lifeline Assistance Program”. That article covers information on free/low-cost mobile phone services,... Read More July 8, 2022 —
This downloadable handbook (pdf) is specific, detailed and practical, written for WA State residents by the Aging and Long Term Support Administration at Washington State Department of Social and Health Services. Topics include, but aren’t limited to: You can also order a free, printed copy. February 10, 2022 —
This guide was originally created to help family caregivers whose family members were living with a life-limiting condition or illness, but can be useful for many family caregiver situations. The guide walks you through four steps to help with decision-making: The guide was created by the Institute for Healthy Living and Chronic Disease Prevention at... Read More December 7, 2021 —
Courtesy of Dementia Action Collaborative. Six brief videos featuring Washingtonians with dementia and their care partners, talking about the value of early diagnosis and what they suggest for living well with dementia.