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  1. The Chapel-Hill Training Outreach Project provides links to all state respite coalitions. These organizations provide temporary relief for caregivers and families who are caring for people with disabilities or chronic or...

  2. Helps parents, caregivers and professionals find respite services in their state and local area to match their specific needs. Respite is temporary relief for caregivers and families who are caring...

  3. This guide for family caregivers offers information on respite care. Respite care is a way to provide temporary relief for family members who care for their loved ones with disabilities or chronic...

  4. This article from AARP provides tips on how to find the right in-home help for your loved one who is elderly or has a disability or chronic illness. In-home care...

  5. Find information about common reactions to traumatic events, methods for dealing with stress and when to seek professional help. Visit Managing Traumatic Stress: Tips for Recovering from Disasters & Other Traumatic...

  6. This free service connects volunteers interested in health care-related volunteering to opportunities in the field. Create an online account to learn about health care volunteer opportunities near you or around...

  7. This fact sheet from Eldercare.gov explains what adult day care is, how centers operate and what to look for in an adult day care center. To find help and resources in your...

  8. Information from the Alzheimer's Association about Alzheimer's Disease, including what it is, diagnosis and treatment options. Visit What Is Alzheimer's?...

  9. Information on HealthCare.gov about Medicaid and other insurance options. To learn more about your state Medicaid program and other insurance options use the insurance and coverage finder. Visit Medicaid & Other...

  10. Family caregivers take on many different roles and tasks. A caregiver may be a child who takes care of an older parent, a parent caring for an adult or young child...

  11. This guide has answers to some of your most frequently asked health-related questions. It includes information about the differences between Medicare and Medicaid, health insurance for children, staying healthy and...

  12. There are many private organizations and government agencies that can connect you to programs in your community. Available services may include emergency financial assistance, legal help and health care. Visit Finding Help...

  13. This brochure from the Autism Society of America provides basic information about autism, including symptoms, screening and evaluation, and treatment options. This link opens a PDF document. A guide for teachers...

  14. Learn about developmental milestones infants and toddlers should reach by certain ages. Early identification of developmental delays can ensure that children with disabilities get needed services and supports. Visit Developmental Milestones...

  15. Information from the Parent Center on Information and Resources about developmental delays in children. Includes information about developmental screenings, early intervention, special education services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education...

  16. Encourages kids to think about people with disabilities and some of the issues related to participation in daily activities, health and accessibility. Visit Kid Quest Page on Disability & Health...

  17. LawHelp.org provides information and resources to help you understand legal issues and solve legal problems. Learn about federal, state and local laws and the difference between criminal and civil cases. You can also...

  18. Information for caregivers on things to consider when hiring in-home help to care for their loved ones. Tips include working with a reputable agency, checking references, conducting background checks, and...

  19. Information from the National Cancer Institute about support services for people living with cancer and their families. Get connected to more than 100 organizations nationwide that provide emotional, practical, and...

  20. Find tips for coping for people feeling overwhelmed following natural disasters or other traumatic events. If you're feeling stressed or depressed, call 1-800-985-5990 (TTY: 1-800-846-8517) to speak with a crisis counselor 24...

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