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Long Distance Caregiving - A Growing Phenomenon

By: Liza Berger, Staff Writer
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There are many places long-distance caregivers can turn to for help. Here are a few:
 
Administration on Aging’s Eldercare Locator
Helps to find local resources for the elderly.
Phone: 800-677-1116
Web site: www.eldercare.gov
Children of Aging Parents
 Provides information, referral service and educational outreach.
 Phone: 800-227-7294
Web site: www.caps4caregivers.org

Family Caregiver Alliance
Provides information, education, services, research and advocacy for caregivers.
Phone: 800-445-8106
Web site: www.caregiver.org
National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Mangers.
Locates geriatric care managers in your area.
Phone: 520-881-8008
Web site: www.caremanager.org

National Council on Aging Benefits Check-Up.
Checks eligibility to receive benefits.
Web site: www.benefitscheckup.org.

National Family Caregivers Association
A support organization for caregivers.
Phone: 800-896-3650.
Web site: www.caregiveraction.org

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