Caregiver Programs

We are here to support you in your caregiver journey.

Every day, millions of older Americans (those 65 years of age or older) manage basic health and functioning needs with the help of family caregivers. Approximately 43.5 million caregivers (defined as relatives, partners, friends, or neighbors who provide assistance because of a personal relationship rather than financial compensation) set up medical appointments, coordinate services, help with daily tasks, prepare meals, assist with transportation, manage medicines, and handle bills and banking. Whether the person they are caring for is living with them or hundreds of miles away, individuals caring for an older adult sacrifice a lot of their time and even their well-being. NEI3A is committed to helping caregivers navigate available services and promoting self-care. Click the boxes below to learn more.

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Access resources to help you in your caregiver journey.

Caregiver Resources

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Share your experiences and learn about resources

Support Groups

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Taking time for yourself is important for every caregiver. 

Respite Care