Only another caregiver can understand.

Caregiving doesn’t have to be so lonely.

There are millions of caregivers in the world, so why do we all feel so alone? Let’s change that right now.

The Caregiver Space isn’t a front for a pharmaceutical company, a healthcare conglomerate, or the government. We’re a bunch of caregivers from all walks of life, coming together to support each other.

We can be totally honest about our experiences because this is a judgement-free-zone. Our experiences are all different, but we get it.

Create your profile

Create a profile on our private social network just for caregivers. Share your story, find other people going through similar situations, and use our private messaging system to connect.

Meet other caregivers

Find other caregivers in your region, who are like you, and who are going through similar situations.

Connect on the forums

Have a question? Just need to vent? Post it to the forums.

Read the online magazine

Our online magazine has honest accounts of the experiences of other caregivers and wisdom from experienced caregivers from all walks of life.

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Get our Monday morning email full of caregiving tips, stories, and inspiration.

Speak up

Tired of being left out of the conversation? Share your story in our online magazine.

Get a Pen Pal

Get paired with another caregiver for peer support. Finally, someone else to talk to who understands what you're going through!

Connect caregivers with resources

There are so many resources out there for caregivers, but it's overwhelming to try to find the right ones to help you! Help us build a database of caregiver resources so we can make it easier to find help.

Tune in to our radio Show

Tune in every Tuesday at 4pm est to hear Dave, Adrienne, and guests talk about caregiving. Check out the archives on YouTube.

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Life is pretty lonely being a caregiver, but I’m glad there’s this place to connect with people who are in similar situations.

 

Ed Rio

Thank you for helping me feel not alone in it for a moment.

 

Tanya Estrada

Very grateful for this page…just reading the stories of other who are in the same boat as me is sooo helpful…Thank you my fellow brave souls!!

 

Margaret Mulholland

This is an excellent page. I never imagined I would become a caregiver for my father 1 1/2 years ago. Thanks for all the support you provide.

 

Jessica Williams

I want to thank you, for all the support given through this group, there are times I felt like giving up and that no one understood the scope of caregiving, and the toll it takes on a person and a relationship, I am so grateful for your kindness and the support and understanding I get from reading posts on here and feeling like I am not alone after all.

 

Nora Ford

There are always good and bad days. I try to remain positive but I can get so frustrated sometimes. Then I always feel guilty after I get frustrated. I’m glad I found this page. The motivational quotes and articles always help.

 

Melanie Taylor

I just want to say thank you all for this group!!! Had a tough night last night… am off for a busy weekend at work…and the first place i went to this am was here, to read notes and posters and posts…just made me feel good, not alone, and put a smile on my face…

SO…THANK YOU!

 

Sharon Jones

I would like to that you for having this page. I read a lot of the posts, and it has really helped me with the feelings and emotions that I was experiencing. I’ve learned that I’m not alone in how I felt, and how to better cope with how I’m feeling. Thank You

 

Eamon Murray