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Caregiver Resources

Below is a listing of information and links to federal online resources for caregivers. For questions about this page, please contact

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NIH Clinical Center Caregiver Resources | Federal Caregiver Resources

NIH Clinical Center Caregiver Resources  

Caregiving at the NIH Clinical Center YouTube IconA brief video overview of NIH Clinical Center caregiver resources.
The Children's InnThe Children's Inn monthly calendar of activities.
Edmond J. Safra Family LodgeThe Edmond J. Safra Lodge at the NIH.
Why is Hand Hygiene so important? YouTube IconHand hygiene has the power to save lives and stop the spread of infections.
NIH Patient LibraryA bibliography list of caregiver resources available in the NIH Patient library.
Nursing DepartmentInformation about nursing at the NIH Clinical Center.
Nutrition DepartmentPatient room service menu, clinical nutrition services, and nutrition research services.
Office of Research Services, Division of Amenities and Transportation ServicesServices include local banking, fitness, wellness, transportation and retail services and information for those in the NIH Community. Please view site for full listing of resources and more information.
*Social Work DepartmentPatient services, education and training, and annual conference information.
Spiritual Care DepartmentServices and resources, CC Weekly Chapel Schedule.
TIPS Video YouTube IconThe TIPS program is an educational series of videos offered by the NIH Clinical Center.

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Federal Caregiver Resources  

*Answer.USA.GovFederal repository of caregiver resources.
The Center for Medicare & Medicaid ServicesWebsite containing podcasts designed to help providers and caregivers think about the steps involved in medication management, especially during transitions to and from hospital, long term care, and home care settings.
U.S. Dept. of Labor Disability ResourcesFederal government website that provides an interactive, community-driven information network of disability-related programs, services, laws and benefits.
Eldercare LocaterNationwide service that connects older Americans and their caregivers with trustworthy local support resources.
Health for SeniorsLinks to government health resources.
*National Cancer InstituteSupport for Caregivers of Cancer Patients.
National Cancer InstituteFamily Caregivers in Cancer.
*National Center for Complementary and Alternative MedicineNumerous resources for understanding, finding, and applying complementary and alternative medicine.
*National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)Publications and resources on a variety of mental health topics.
National Institute on AgingInformation on NIA research and aging health.
National Library of MedicineSeveral article databases, online exhibitions, and research information.
National Library of Medicine NLM4CaregiversThis is an official Facebook account of National Library of Medicine, Division of Specialized Information Services. The National Library of Medicine (NLM) is a part of the National Institutes of Health, US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
National Resource Directory
Search: "family and caregiver support"
Learn about caring for wounded warriors and find support groups and hospice information.
*NIH Medline PlusProvides educational resources (English & Spanish), links to research, and health information and care tips for the caregiver.
NIH Senior HealthHealth and wellness information for older adults, from the NIH.
NLM_4CaregiversLinks to quality health information for caregivers, from the National Library of Medicine.
*Social Security AdministrationServices for retirement, disability, Medicare, and social security.
Veterans Affairs – Caregiver SupportSupport services, connections, and resources for caregivers of veterans.

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This page last updated on 07/15/2024

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