Getting extra help when necessary
Your loved one may not need constant or live-in care. Maybe they just need a little extra help with housecleaning, getting dressed, and bathing. Consider hiring someone to help with these tasks so you don't have to do it all on your own.
Many apps and programs offer support for managing your caretaker responsibilities. Here are just a few:
Our Medicare Advantage plans include 24/7 telehealth visits to help make doctor visits even easier.
Enlist support from your own community of friends, family, and contacts to coordinate daily caregiving tasks.
Support designed for those caring for cancer patients, but that can apply to all caregivers.
Education and advocacy for caregivers nationwide.
Connect with other caregivers through a story-sharing platform and family caregiver toolbox.
Care and support for those affected by Alzheimer's and other types of dementia.