Support for Caregivers

Resources for Caregivers

AARP Caregiver Resources
Arizona Family Caregiver Resources

Alzheimer’s Association
24/7 Helpline: 1-800-272-3900

Area Agency on Aging 
24-Hour Senior Helpline:

Arizona Caregivers Coalition
Resources and Support

Partners in Health & Aging

Foundation for Senior Living
Family Caregiver Education

Hospice of the Valley

Warrior Care
Military Caregiver Support

The Perfect Place
Offsite Care and Engagement


Dispatch Health 
At Home Urgent Care

Central Clinical Labs

Health Care Imaging
X-Ray, Ultrasound, EKG / ABI Laboratory / Phlebotomy

Conquer Caregiver Challenges with Confidence!

Caregiving is a tough journey, and it's easy to feel overwhelmed. From finding time for ourselves to balancing work & caregiving, challenges are real.

But remember, for every challenge, there's a solution!

In our new ebook, we explore practical strategies to overcome 15 common challenges caregivers face.

We hope you will find it useful and if you are a caregiver, will take these principles to heart to preserve your health, well-being, and happiness. 

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Helpful Articles

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Collaborative Caregiving: Creating Clarity with a Caregiver Workbook

Download our FREE Caregiver Workbook to assist in providing the best care for our loved ones, especially when multiple caregivers are involved.

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10 Tips for Preventing and Managing Caregiver Stress

Caregiving for an aging loved one can be filled with joy, but it comes with challenges. Here are 10 tips to help prevent and manage caregiver stress.

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Celebrating Caregivers: A Recap of Our Empowering Event

A heartwarming gathering celebrating dedicated caregivers, with gifted speakers sharing invaluable insights for an unforgettable experience.

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Self-Care BINGO for Caregivers: A Fun Game to Prioritize Wellness

Take care of yourself with this fun game of self-care BINGO specifically designed for caregivers. Instantly download this Free PDF BINGO game.

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How to Maintain Your Identity While Fulfilling Caregiving Duties

While providing care and support, it’s crucial to remember your own identity and roles outside of caregiving responsibilities. 💙

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5-4-3-2-1 Coping Technique for Frustrated Caregiving Moments

A practical tool to redirect attention from distressing thoughts or feelings, fostering calm and bringing you back to a centered state.

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A Conversation for Caregivers: You Matter, Too!

Join Neighbors Who Care for this special FREE event designed for designed for family and friends who are caring for a loved one!

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Living with Depression: Practical Tips for Helping Aging Seniors Thrive at Home

Practical tips to help seniors living with depression maintain a sense of purpose and improve their quality of life.

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Heart to Heart: Connecting With Your Loved Ones Through Dementia

Six ways to help you connect and maintain a meaningful relationship with someone living with Dementia.

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Healthy Aging with Almonds: Why Seniors Should Add Them to Their Diet

Aging requires care and healthy habits. Proper nutrition is key, and almonds offer seniors vital protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals.

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Parkinson’s Awareness Month: Increasing Understanding and Support

Parkinson’s is a neurodegenerative disorder that affects muscle control. It affects not only the patient but also caregivers.

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There’s No Place Like Home: Tips to Keep Aging Parents at Home

Helping you create a safe and comfortable living environment so your parent(s) can remain in their home as long as possible.

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Give them a Break: The Importance of Respite Care Volunteers

We are looking for respite care volunteers to offer caregivers a break and give our neighbors much needed social interaction and companionship.

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5 Steps to Take When You Suspect Your Friend Has Dementia

Steps to take when you think your friend has more than the typical memory loss many of us experience as we age.

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