Counseling for Caregivers
In addition to managing daily care needs, caregivers are also confronted with issues such as changes in relationship with the person, grief and loss, financial worries, and depression. Counseling can provide much needed support and encouragement for caregivers.
We invite you to explore the resources on this page about caregiver counseling. We also encourage you to access the peer-to-peer exchange
if you would like to post a question or comment for response from other website users.
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2011 National Meeting Session: ADRC Roles in Supporting Caregivers (PDF)
• File type: doc (Powerpoint)
• File type: doc Associated Date: February 15, 2011
Health Care Reform and Family Caregivers
Source: The National Center on Caregiving at Family Caregiver Alliance
This paper from the Family Caregiver Alliance provides an overview of the provisions in recently-passed health care reform legislation that will have the most direct impact on family caregivers. These include provisions related to long-term care, including the CLASS Act, care quality and coordination, health insurance coverage, and health care workforce development.
Added July 9, 2010