Resources for More Information: Caregiving

Author: Christina Bach, MBE, LCSW, OSW-C, FAOSW
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You can find tips on the internet to help you during and after your cancer treatment. You want to make sure what you are reading is true. OncoLink finds these websites to be up-to-date and reliable.

Help for Cancer Caregivers

Provides information, education, and support to assist cancer caregivers to care for themselves and their family members

www.helpforcancercaregivers.org

National Alliance for Caregiving

Dedicated to improving the quality of life for families and their care recipients through research, innovation, and advocacy.

www.caregiving.org

Family Caregiver Alliance

This organization provides support, education, and guidance to family caregivers via education, advocacy, and caregiver support groups.

www.caregiver.org

NCI: Caring for the Caregiver and Taking Time: Support for People with Cancer

Free publications from the National Cancer Institute focusing on tips for friends and family members providing care for a cancer patient. Available in PDF, Kindle and ePub downloadable formats

http://www.cancer.gov/publications/patient-education/caring-for-the-caregiver

http://www.cancer.gov/publications/patient-education/taking-time

Cancer Hope Network

Matches cancer caregivers with trained volunteer cancer caregivers who have been through a similar experience.

https://www.cancerhopenetwork.org/get-support/support/caregiver-support.html

American Cancer Society: Caregivers and Family

Provides education and resources for caregivers and family members of cancer patients.

http://www.cancer.org/treatment/caregivers/

AARP

Offers advice and resources for senior care needs.

http://www.aarp.org/home-family/caregiving/

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