Caregiving Resources

Caring for a loved one isn't easy. That's why LeadingAge members are committed to developing resources that can help individuals provide their loved ones with the help they need on their own terms. This page features videos, guides, websites and other resources our members developed for caregivers. Visit frequently to find resources that may help you or a friend fulfill this important role in someone's life.

Finding Information to Help Caregivers with the Aging Services Directory

  1. Aging Services Town Hall: Omicron is here. Get a Booster

    “The Omicron variant is spreading extremely quickly – as of this week, 73% of COVID cases in the U.S. are Omicron, as many as 90% in some areas.” So began Admiral Rachel Levine, HHS Assistant Secretary for Health, as lead speaker on the LeadingAge/AHCA/AARP Town Hall for Aging Services Providers, held ...

  2. Trends Report Review: Senior Housing Trends 2021

    Love & Company’s 2021 Senior Housing Trends review explores seven key areas of focus that will have a significant impact on the future of aging services, and Life Plan Communities specifically. Within each area, a collection of thought-leaders have lent their insight to the conversation, and share penetrating ...

  3. Navigating the Uncertain Future of Aging Service with Strategic Foresight

    What if someone told you that in five years your organization will be at the vortex of an emerging age-centered economy? That half of your workforce will be supplemented with artificial intelligence, government-funded family caregivers, and staff outside your ...

  4. FAQs from Our CMS/ OSHA Vaccine Mandate Webinar

    We have organized the most commonly-asked questions and their answers into topical areas for each mandate issuer: OSHA or CMS. Please also refer to the robust online resources available from CMS ...

  5. LPC Advisory Group: Transitions through the Continuum

    After introductions and announcements, Dee Pekruhn began the discussion with four questions for the panel. Below, the answers are summarized. What do you think the current and future resident of an LPC is looking for in the continuum of care, nowadays?