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Welcome to the Aging in Place Essential Toolkit™
During our global COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, we worry even more about an older family member, relative or friend. Families who actively care for their seniors face even greater challenges imposed by physical distancing mandates.
We can help during this difficult time. Click on one of the above boxes for the latest COVID-19 information, caregiving advice, resources, services and products.
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Balance your life as a family caregiver.
There are four kinds of people in the world —
Those who have been caregivers;
Those who are currently caregivers;
Those who will be caregivers;
And those who will need caregivers.
Former First Lady of the United States
Americans currently manage their loved ones' assisted and daily care needs.
Half of health information searches are on behalf of someone else.
Online health inquiries start with a search engine.
(Google, Bing, Yahoo)
“The Essential Family Caregiver Toolkit made it easy for me to organize my home care priorities. Not only did I find many options to help my sister-in-law stay in her own home, but the site provided me with the education to make the right choices.”
"Talking to a knowledgeable person about my father's specific home care needs made all the difference in the world to me as a caregiver. It diminished some of my day-to-day stress and helped me focus on a clear path forward."
“The Aging In Place Essential Toolkit covered everything I needed to know when looking for a home care aide for mom. I feel confident I am prepared with the right information and questions to ask to make the right decisions.”