Caregiver Resources

We are excited to be able to offer for loan the Educated Caregiver Three Volume DVD Set due to a generous gift from the Pearl Manor Fund.

The Educated Caregiver:  “A family guide to providing care for a loved one at home. Providing care for a loved one is one of the toughest jobs you can ever have.  You’ll meet others who know what you are going through.  From those who have shouldered it themselves, learn how to deal with the physical and emotional burden caregivers experience.  You’ll see step-by-step demonstrations of key caregiving skills you’ll use every day.  Healthcare professionals share vital information every caregiver needs to know.”

  • Available for pick up at 555 Auburn Street, Manchester, NH

At RecallCenter, we encourage safe practices when it comes to the health and safety of aging Seniors and their Caregivers. We recently developed a page that covers the ins and outs of caregiving and tips for elderly wandering.


Other Resources

Senior Emergency Preparedness Thank you Samantha for finding this article for us!

The sandwich generation: Caring for aging parents while raising kids — Parenting New Hampshire, October 2016

2016 Seniors Count Resource Guide

Elderly Wandering: Tips for Caregivers on Prevention and Safety

How to prevent a fall in your home — Thank you Tara for sending us this article!

Legal Resources for Seniors

Veterans Benefits for Seniors

Making the Move to Assisted Living

Keeping Seniors Safe with While Remodeling

Disaster Preparedness for Seniors

Home Accommodations for Seniors

Tips for Seniors to Declutter and Organize their Home

Home Modifications Increase Senior Safety

16 Chair Exercises for Seniors & How to Get Started

9 Essential Mobile Device Apps for Senior Citizen

Building The Ultimate Reading Nook For Your Home: A Guide For Bookworms

The Quiet Epidemic of Senior Drug Abuse

Substance Abuse and Caregiving: When to Ask for Help for Your Own Health and Well-Being

8 Ways For Seniors To Stay Active This Holiday Season

The Ultimate Guide to Senior Finance: Fiscal Fitness for The Over Fifty Crowd

A Guide to Downsizing for Seniors and Their Loved Ones

10 Early Symptoms of Dementia

Moving an Aging or Disabled Parent Into Your Home: 4 Things You Should Know

Moving Beyond Grief After Losing a Spouse

The Checklist for Aging in Place

Moving an Aging or Disabled Parent Into Your Home: 4 Things You Should Know

Emergency Preparedness Guide for the Elderly and Disabled

Home Modifications Increase Senior Safety

Assistive Technology Buying Guide for Seniors and their Caregivers

Peaceful Passing: How to Make a Loved One’s Final Days at Home Comfortable

Substance Abuse and Caregiving: When to Ask for Help for Your Own Health and Well-Being

Tips to Declutter and Organize Your Home for Seniors

Keeping Seniors Safe in the Winter

The Benefits of Seniors and Kids Interacting Together

What Does Age in Place Mean?

Veterans Assisted Living Assessment and Benefits

Find Assisted Living Options Today

Assisted Living in New Hampshire

Thank you millie for the following resources:

Long-Distance Caregiving: How to Ensure Your Loved Ones are Safe at Home

A Guide to Alzheimer’s Caregiving

Understanding How Alzheimer’s Disease Changes People–Challenges and Coping Strategies

Communicating with Alzheimer’s

8 Practical Tips to Help someone with Dementia to Eat More

7 Essential Coping Techniques for Alzheimer’s Caregiver Stress

Helping Kids Cope When A Family Member Has Dementia

Home Modifications

Medicare Enrollment Guide: How and When to Enroll in Medicare

Home Remodeling for People with Disabilities: What You Need to Know

The Consumer’s Guide to Stair Lifts for the Elderly and Disabled

State Grants for Wheelchair Accessible Vans

Veteran’s Guide to Funding Home Modifications

Senior Home Safety Guide

Mesothelioma Veterans Information

Sleep and Cancer

Why Caregivers Should Focus on Better Sleep

Best Medical Alert Systems 2019

Simple changes to make your home safe for aging

Aging Gracefully: Our Guide To Senior Health And Wellness


Easterseals Flyers

Caregiver Coach Memory Management Well Connected

Caregiver Tip Sheets

Caregiving for a loved one who has Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia can be challenging at times. Knowing how to cope and respond to these challenges is an essential part of being a caregiver. Here are some caregiver tips and information on how you can help your loved one