Quick Links for Caregiver Respite and Support

National Caregivers Day is observed on the third Friday in February. It is a day to recognize the often-overlooked work done by caregivers.

Caregiving for a loved one living with dementia can be a rewarding and challenging job. You see your loved one make strides while also slowly losing parts of their personality. It is a constant up-and-down process — and on your mind 24/7.

Caregivers often face burnout, so we have compiled a list with all of our favorite quick links for beating caregiver burnout.

Local Support Groups:

Virtual Support Groups:

Caregiver Respite Services:

Helpful Web Content:

We can take inspiration from the late Supreme Court Justice and notable caregiver Sandra Day O’Connor who once said, “We don’t accomplish anything in this world alone.” It is okay to ask for and seek out help. There is no weakness in attending support groups, receiving respite, or doing whatever works best for you and your loved one.

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