National Family Caregiver Month


November is National Family Caregiver Month

COVID-19 Impacts on Caregivers is Significant

This year’s theme is #CaregivingInCrisis

Proclamation from the White House:  Each year the President of the United States of America proclaims November as National Family Caregivers Month.  The theme this year is “Caregiving in Crisis”. Read this year’s message HERE.


What do we know?

83% of caregivers report increased stress related to caregiving since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

42% lost help to support them.

Key sources of stress include isolation, increased burden and worry, along with financial concerns and instability.

See full report from the Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving by clicking on the image below.

Recommendations from the Rosalynn Carter Research

“There is no single solution. Creative integration of services and support is required. These include:

  • Increased access to healthcare navigation, stress management tools, peer support.
  • Create new tools to access information and virtual support, coupled with policy and benefit changes.
  • Increase awareness, access and availability to respite options.

Monitor Your Health

We provide tools and resources to help caregivers check-in on key aspects of your health.

Check-in on Your Health


Could I be anxious? Take a quick quiz.

Could I be depressed? Take the quiz.

Has my burden increased? Take the quiz.

Trusted Resources for Caregivers

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