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Caregiver Nation: A Pivotal Moment for Family Caregiving in the U.S.Read more: Caregiver Nation: A Pivotal Moment for Family Caregiving in the U.S.
This year’s National Family Caregivers Month signifies a crucial turning point in the history of family caregiving policies and awareness. From advancements at the state level to federal initiatives, there’s a growing commitment to addressing the needs of our nation’s 53 million family caregivers. This positive shift is long overdue. The demands placed…
A Thank You Letter to Family CaregiversRead more: A Thank You Letter to Family Caregivers
In celebration of National Family Caregivers Month (NFCM), Careforth President and CEO Matt Marek shared his appreciation for family caregivers across the nation in a letter. The letter from Matt appeared in the Boston Globe, Hartford Courant, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and the Indianapolis Star. Matt welcomes you to join Careforth in supporting the 53 million family…
The Caregiver Journey: Connections with Careforth’s Care TeamRead more: The Caregiver Journey: Connections with Careforth’s Care Team
This November’s National Family Caregivers Month (NFCM) is centered around connectedness. Our Careforth team is committed to connecting with you and surrounding you with the support you need to feel confident in your care. One way we support caregivers is through the lived experiences of our care managers and caregiver support team, as…
Sharing Strength and Inspiration
Being a caregiver is complicated. Because looking after a loved one isn’t always easy. There are good days and bad. Laughter and tears. Challenges and victories. That’s why it’s so important to share stories. It’s how we connect with each other. And remember we’re not alone.
Hear from Careforth caregivers. Their journeys may help guide or inspire yours.
Katiria cares for her grandmother Maria with the help of their Careforth care manager, Erin.
“Our care manager, Erin—what an amazing person, treated me and Grandma with so much respect. Made us feel we were part of the team.”
Richard cares for his mother, Gloria, with the help of their Careforth care manager, Caesar.
“It’s my mom. There’s only one mom you have in this world and I would not turn my back on her.”
Alice cares for her mother of 86, Edra, with the help of Careforth.
“I didn’t have a problem taking care of her. It was something I’ve done for years and it was just something that needed to be done. I would rather have her at home than in a nursing home.”