Caregivers come in all shapes and sizes -- all walks of life. The term “caregiver” can refer to a son or daughter taking care of an aging parent in their home, across town, or across the country. “Caregiver” can also be used to describe a parent caring for an adult child with physical disabilities, or a young child with a serious illness. A caregiver might be a sister caring for her brother who has had a stroke, or a neighbor who looks out for the elderly man across the street.
Whatever shape caregiving takes for you, we hope the links below will connect you with information and resources that will help you along the way.