What Others Are Saying

“I'm really impressed...It’s a very complete resource. It reaches across a very diverse set of needs...”

—Judy Adkins
Eldercare Counselor 

“This is a comprehensive, user-friendly resource for anyone faced with caregiver responsibilities.”

—Debbie Troxell, R.N.
Community Liaison
American Critical Care Services

“I’ve been in this field for many years, and this is just an excellent tool. That’s the wave of the future, and it’s here now.”

—MaryEllen Cox
Coordinator, Older Adult Ministry

“I’m asked quite often for resources concerning caregiving situations. I’m thankful there’s a resource like [this] that I can suggest for my congregation’s concerns.”  

—Rev. John Hall

“Sometimes love isn’t enough. An elderly or chronically ill family member can be a heavy burden. But FamilyCareAmerica [caregiverslibrary.org] can help ease the stress...”

Newsweek

“This is just a wonderful resource [that] really serves to educate and inform...”

—Martha Stokes
Commission on Disabilities

“The services offered [here] will provide significant relief to families faced with the prospect of arranging care for an elderly parent, relative, or friend...”

—Peter Opper, Ph.D., LCSW

“Being a caregiver for my sister, who is in the latter stages of ALS, I was impressed with the breadth of services [you] offer the millions of us who care for a loved one at home...May God bless you for your efforts.”

—Joel D. Ledford

Click here to read how the Caregivers Library got its start.

After The Flood
Download this free, to-the-point, guide to help flood victims protect themselves against diseases and other hazards in the days and weeks following a flood.

AfterTheFlood.pdf

Provided by
the Illinois Department of Public Health

Caregivers Handbook

This handy guide provides resources, checklists and worksheets
 - all in one place.