If you are caring for a loved one with dementia, you are a caregiver. It’s time to acknowledge and replenish your needs.
No matter where you are on the path of caregiving, there are free services and guidance that we can provide to help you begin your journey of hope
Join a free of charge online Support Group from the comfort of your own home.
Join fellow family caregivers in this 10-session series to learn new ways to stay strong, healthy and resilient.
Learn about reducing caregiving stress from leading researchers, practitioners and authors.
If you’re struggling with where to start, please connect with our team. We’re honored to provide you with information and resources to help you along your caregiving journey.
Caring for someone who has dementia is often physically, emotionally and financially draining. Because of this, family caregivers often find it very difficult to care for themselves. At the Meaning and Hope Institute we support you as the caregiver so you can continue to find hope and meaning in your relationship with someone who has dementia. With support you can increase your resiliency, your ability to withstand the pressures, and grow stronger despite the stress and grief that often goes on month after month, and year after year.
83% of care to older
Americans comes from family, friends, or unpaid caregivers.
15.3 billion hours
were spent of unpaid care for family and friends with dementia.
Stressed senior caregivers have
59% of family caregivers
reports high levels of emotional stress due to caregiving.
Each year Americans provide
9 out of 10 unpaid caregivers
become more proactive in seeking resources after self-identifying as a family caregiver.
If you are a family caregiver, you don’t have to take the overwhelming caregiving journey alone. We are here to help you.
There are a wide range of discussion series, video discussions, educational and entertainment resources, and family caregiver support groups, all available at no charge.