Moving a loved one: A few last resources for you

As we close this week’s National Caregivers Month topic of moving a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease, I want to point you to a few more resources available as you encounter these issues on your journey with Alzheimer’s. Remember, every family and situation is different. We can help you explore your options and make a decision that is right for you and your family.

The Carefinder Brochure is a printable PDF document with descriptions about different care options and when to tell if moving a loved one out of the home might be a good decision for you.

Moving a Loved One is a community class we offer in several locations throughout Northern California and Northern Nevada. Find an offering near you by calling our 24/7 Helpline or visiting our calendar of education programs.

800.272.3900 24/7 HelplineAnd I know I keep saying this, but:

We can point you to resources and help you think through this decision.

Don’t forget to share your experiences here, on our Facebook page or at We want to hear from you!

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  1. National Caregivers Month is a great time to show appreciation for caregivers that devote so much of themselves and their lives to helping others. My organization, Good Days from Chronic Disease Fund, offers financial assistance to chronic disease patients that cannot afford the medication they need. Coming from a place of helping others, we truly understand how invaluable the work done by caregivers really is. Please visit our website for more information on our organization,

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