Caregiver Resources

Currently, 72% of caregivers take care of someone 50 years old or more. As the baby boomer generation ages, the number of people who need to care will continue to swell. Here are some additional resources that might help with the care of your loved ones.

Village to Village Network

VtVN energizes Villages, of vibrant members engaged in their communities to support seniors that wish to age in place. The Village Movement started with Beacon Hill Village in Boston over 15 years ago and today there are over 200 open Villages and more than 150 in development in 45 states and the District of Columbia.…

HealthinAging.org

Powered by professionals at the American Geriatrics Society, this website provides expert health information for older adults and caregivers about critical issues we all face as we age.

Seniority Matters

Seniority Matters is an excellent resource for caregivers in the South Florida area, providing advice and long term strategies. Frankly, the web site provides insights that are valuable for all caregivers and well worth a look. Founded by Nancy Stein, Ph.D., an epidemiologist who spent many years providing long-distance care for her own parents and…

Care Giving Advice

Welcome to Caregiving Advice! Caregivers are everywhere. You might not even realize you are one, or that you’ve been one. But one thing all caregivers have in common? We need resources. We need advice. We need hope. All caregivers — no matter what age or situation — need essentially the same things: Conversation.We need someone to…

A Place for Mom

A Place for Mom connects moms, dads, seniors and families like yours to the right elder care so you can have peace of mind and focus on your loved ones. From finding the right nursing home, dementia care or assisted living to researching Veterans’ benefits and how to pay for senior care, we’ll be with…