Support for Caregiver, Spouse, and Children

AARP Caregiver Resources
A list of available resources.

Caregiver Action Network (CAN)
CAN offers resources and tools for caregivers in a variety of situations, including those who are new to being a caregiver, those who have been caregivers for a long time and those caring for a relative from a distance.

Help for Cancer Caregivers
This website is a free tool developed for cancer caregivers to assess and manage their own health and wellness needs.

Kids Konnected
Kids Konnected provides friendship, understanding, education and support for children who have a parent with cancer or have lost a parent to cancer. Services include support groups for children affected by cancer, junior and teen camps, and resources for children and families.

Rosalyn Carter Institute for Caregiving
Provides extensive list of resources for caregivers on many topics.

National Cancer Institute: “When your parent has cancer”
A workbook for teens that may help your child express concerns and feelings while decreasing sense of isolation.

National Cancer Institute: Talking Time
Information from NCI about how cancer can affect families, including children, spouses, parents and other family members.

Well Spouse Association
The Well Spouse Association provides resources and support to people who are caring for a spouse with a chronic illness or disability.