Caring for someone with Alzheimer's? Learn how to get help from family, friends, and others. Care for your own physical, mental, and spiritual health.
Get help for your grief after the death of a spouse. Read about bereavement counseling, support groups, and how to get on with life without your partner.
Help children and teens cope with their feelings when a family member has Alzheimer’s. Find books, articles and websites for children of all ages.
Get resources for coping with symptoms of anxiety, stress, and other emotions that spring from caring for a person with Alzheimer’s disease.
Improve communication skills and manage sundowning and other behaviors with these resources for Alzheimer's caregivers.
What do you need to do after someone you love dies? Learn about who signs the death certificate, organ donation, and whether you need an autopsy.
What can you expect to happen when someone is dying? Read about dyspnea and other symptoms people experience in the last days of life.
Being a healthcare proxy and making end-of-life care decisions for someone you love can be challenging. Learn what to expect.
Caring for a person with dementia at the end of life has special challenges. Help them have good quality of life as they’re dying.
There’s no right place to die. Caregivers should consider the best option for their situation: home, hospital, nursing home, or another place.