COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Caregiver Resources

The safety of our patients, clinical staff and community are at the forefront of our response to COVID-19. On this page, you will find resources to help you navigate during this time as a family caregiver.

Prescriptions

Talk to their doctor or pharmacist about extending the number of days for a prescription during this time. Some pharmacies are also offering free delivery of prescriptions to help reduce the number of trips to stores.

Plan ahead

In response to COVID-19, many stores and other service industries may modify or temporarily cancel their services. Take the time to make plans for your next steps if your adult day care or respite care facility temporarily close or if you or another primary caregiver should get sick.

Navigating stress and coping with grief

Across the world, people are feeling impacted by COVID-19. While it is important to know and discuss the physical symptoms of this virus, an equally important conversation is on the feelings of stress and grief.

Read our counselor’s recommendations for caregivers on processing grief during COVID-19 >>

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Resources for caregivers during COVID-19

Caring for the Caregiver: Resources and opportunities to digitally connect through online groups, telephone check-ins and videos on self-care activities.
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Alzheimer’s Association: Online live chat, 24/7 hotline for caregivers and tips on caregiving during COVID-19.
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The Family Caregiver Alliance National Center on Caregiving: Information for caregivers during COVID-19, including a checklist to prepare your home.
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