New Report Finds Lack of Support for Family Caregivers

Family caregivers for adults 65 and older are stressed, isolated and and often suffering financially. With the aging of the boomer population, many more family members and friends will be needed to care for them in America in coming years. And yet fewer of those helpers will exist.

Blog: 20 Questions to Ask Your Parents

We care for our parents every day, in the most intimate of ways. But how well do we really know them? Our parents are the most familiar people in the world but also, sometimes, the most mysterious. Who are they as a person? What were they like when they were growing...

Book Review: "Meet Me Where I Am"

Meet Me Where I Am by Mary Ann Drummond, RN Meet Me Where I Am is a wonderful guide, particularly for those who interact with someone who has Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia.  With incredible sensitivity and warmth, Ms. Drummond draws from her...

The Caregiver Community Conference

Are you an adult-child caregiver (a working-age adult who is caring for an aging parent) or other family caregiver?  Would you benefit from information, resources and support about family caregiving?  If so, this conference is for you! Join other adult-child...