For Caregivers

Reducing the burden on families physically, emotionally, and financially.

Dementia is the fifth leading cause of death among older Americans, and over half of nursing home and assisted living residents are impacted by it. Every person’s journey with Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementias is different. Hospice offers patients and their families support and care to comprehensively address all sources of suffering and focus on the needs of the patient and family rather than on the disease.

Caregiver Video Resource Center

Caregiver Video Resource Center

Did you know that there are nearly 15 million family members, friends, and neighbors who care for a loved one with Alzheimer's disease? Take comfort in knowing that you are not alone by hearing what your fellow caregivers have to say. Sometimes, the best advice for...

Tips for Long Distance Caregivers

Tips for Long Distance Caregivers

Long-distance caregiving poses unique challenges. Find out what you can do to help your loved one from afar — and how to make the most of personal visits. If you live an hour or more away from a loved one who needs care, you might wonder what you can do to help. Start...

Alzheimer’s Caregiver Tip Sheet

Alzheimer’s Caregiver Tip Sheet

IMPROVE COMMUNICATION With Your Loved One Talk slowly and speak in a calm and reassuring tone. Maintain eye contact and use positive reinforcements, such as a smile or gentle touch, to put your loved one at ease.

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When you make a donation to The Hospice Promise Foundation, 100 percent of your donation goes directly to patients and families in need. Your generosity will make a difference in the life of another, and help ensure his or her final days are spent worry-free, surrounded by loved ones, in the peace and comfort of home.


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