Caregiving from a Distance (courtesy of University of Wyoming Center on Aging)
Long-Distance Caregiving: Twenty Questions and Answers
The National Institute on Aging provides a 48-page guide with topics on Getting Started, Things You Can Do, Finding More Help, Support for Caregivers, Points to Remember, and Resources.
Obstacles to Long-Distance Caregiving: Caring for Your Loved One from Far Away
The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) provides information on obstacles to long-distance caregiving with topics on Managing Family, Care and Career; Knowing When to Go; Contemplating a Move; Choosing a Main Caregiver; and Finding Resources.
Caring From a Distance
Caring From a Distance provides support for long-distance caregivers. Tabs to additional information include What to Do, Identify Services, You’re Not Alone, Difficult Choices, Library, Links, and Our Family Folder, which provides a password protected area for personal health records.
Best Buys Senior Solutions: details technology and communication devices designed to assist with distance caregiving
Senior Safety Reviews: comparison of medical alert systems 2018
Strategies for Long Distance Caregivers from Simmons University School o f Nursing