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Caregiver Resource Directory

Caregiver Resource DirectoryThe Caregiver Resource Directory is a practical guide intended to help family caregivers feel less alone and overwhelmed. It offers resources, facts, and advice about caring for a loved one, as well as the caregiver. The Directory is designed as an interactive 3-ring binder with pockets and ample writing space so that caregivers can organize all resource and medical information in one place.

Some of the topics included in the Directory are:

  • Tips for new caregivers
  • Stress
  • Financial and insurance assistance
  • Communicating with health care professionals
  • Managing symptoms at home
  • Handling medical emergencies
  • Goals of care
  • DNR orders
  • Hospice
  • Coping with the emotional aspects of caregiving
  • Caring for patients with specific illnesses
     (AIDS, ALS, Cancer and Sickle Cell Disease)

This award-winning Directory has now been released in its 2nd edition. We make it available free of charge to patients, family caregivers, health care professionals, and the public. Due to an overwhelming response, the Caregiver Resource Directory is currently out of stock. If you would like to be placed on our mailing list, please submit this order form. You can also use our 'print friendly' PDF files to easily download and print the Directory. You will need the free Acrobat Reader plug-in to view and print these files.

Already own a copy of the Caregiver Resource Directory - 1st Edition? Download the new illness-specific sections.

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