Family Caregiver Alliance
This website provides helpful information about health conditions, caregiving issues and strategies, fact and tip sheets, and webinars and videos
National Caregivers Library
This website offers extensive information about caregiving, links to topic-specific resources, checklists, and forms related to a variety of topics.
Caregiver Action Network Resources Page
This website offers a helpful toolbox that addresses a variety of topics. Also provides an online forum where caregivers can share ideas.
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Caregiver Support
This VA website provides helpful information, a toolbox, videos, and resources related to caring for veterans and related to caregiving in general.
Through Caring Bridge, you can create free, private, personal websites that help people get updates, stay connected, and offer encouragement during a health journey. You can share news, get support, and coordinate care, and setting up a webpage is simple.
Wake Forest Baptist Health Comprehensive Cancer Center
In addition to information about the Cancer Center’s treatments in Winston-Salem, this website provides information about the patient and family support services that are offered.
Cancer Services, Inc.
Located in Winston-Salem, Cancer Services, Inc. offers a variety of services for cancer patients and their caregivers, from educational programs, healing hands services, wellness groups, equipment, and wigs.
4th Angel Patient and Caregiver Mentoring Program
This program connects a patient with a cancer survivor who provides free support over the phone.
National Cancer Institute:
This website provides helpful information about cancer, treatment, and coping.
American Cancer Society
This website provides helpful information about cancer, treatment, tools for healthy living, stories of hope, a blog, and ways to find support.
This organization provides helpful resources such as LIVESTRONG Navigation, which provides free, personalized support to people dealing with a cancer diagnosis. Also offers a very practical guidebook.
National Institutes of Health
This website provides a wealth of information about various diseases and health concerns.
The National Institute on Aging
This website also provides helpful information about various diseases and health concerns.
This organization provides helpful information about Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, including education about treatments and information about living with Alzheimer’s.
Duke Family Support Program
This program offers wonderful support for caregivers of people with memory disorders. Services include free confidential personalized tips, free telephone help, and a helpful website with links and resources.
This website allows people to get healthcare coverage and update or change their plans.
This nonprofit coordinates care for patients who do not have health insurance with participating providers.
Wake Forest Elder Law Care Clinic
This website provides many helpful links and resources for people of all ages.
The Caregiver’s Book: Caring for Another, Caring for Yourself
By James Miller
The Caregiver Helpbook
By Vicki Schmall, Marilyn Cleland, Marilynn Studevant
Caring for a Loved One with Cancer
By June Hunt
Caring for Your Parents: The Complete Family Guide
By Hugh Delehanty
How to Care for Aging Parents
By Virgina Morris
Meditations for Caregivers: Practical, Emotional, and Spiritual Support for You and Your Family
By Barry J. Jacobs and Julia L. Mayer
Passages in Caregiving
By Gail Sheehy
Self-Care for Caregivers: A Twelve Step Approach
By Pat Samples
The 36-Hour Day
By Nancy L. Mace