There are hundreds of websites for caregivers

They provide information, education and resources about specific diseases, insurance and medicare,  respite care and other services—as well as self-care as you enter this new world. These links are to some of the sites we have found most useful,* many of which offer further links and resources.


There are only four kinds of people in the world: Those that have been caregivers, those that are caregivers, those that will be caregivers and those that will need a caregiver.
— Rosalynn Carter





  • National Association of Geriatric Care Managers A nationwide directory of Geriatric Care Managers and information about working with them. From housing to home care to medical management and resource identification, Geriatric Care Managers are a boon to families struggling to manage all the pieces.
  • National Academy of Eldercare Law Attorneys A nationwide directory of lawyers who specialize in helping seniors and their families protect financial assets while optimizing long-term care options.
  • Lawhelp State-by-state information about free or low-cost legal assistance programs.
  • Assisted Living Federation of America A searchable directory containing thousands of independent living, assisted living and senior living communities across the United States.



*The links on this page are maintained solely for your convenience. CaringWise does not control and cannot guarantee the content, relevance, timeliness or accuracy of information on these sites. Further, the inclusion of links to particular items is not intended to reflect their importance, nor is it intended to constitute approval or endorsement of any views expressed or implied, or products or services offered.