Caregiver resources

Caring for a loved one can sometimes leave caregivers feeling a little overwhelmed. If you have questions or you’re looking for information, please explore our library of helpful tools, resources and guides.

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Guide to Home Rehabilitation

Your hip, knee or spine surgery can significantly improve your quality of life. But just as important is planning ahead for the rehabilitation services you’ll need following surgery.

A Caregiver’s Guide for Managing Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia

This book offers practical, compassionate advice on how you can care for and maintain a meaningful relationship with a loved one who has Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.

Your Home Health Planning Guide

Whether you’re recovering after a hospital stay, managing a long-term chronic condition or just needing a little more help with daily tasks, in-home care can help. This guide can help you determine the right level of care for you or a loved one and help you evaluate providers.

Home Health Questionnaire

Take this questionnaire and discover some of the signs that indicate whether you or a loved one might benefit from home health.

Fall Risk Questionnaire

Are you or a loved one concerned about fall risks? This questionnaire will help you determine how home health care may help.

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