Caregivers Deserve Our AppreciationA stroke survivor’s family is often the most important source of long-term support during recovery and rehabilitation. Taking care of yourself is equally as important. The following information and resources can help you take care of yourself and make your life easier.
|Caregiver Guide to Stroke|
Resources and practical tips for caregivers of stroke survivors.
|Caregiver Hero Certificate|
Recognize your caregiver hero with the customizable stroke hero certificate.
|7 Practical Tips for Finding Time for Self-Care|
Lori Ramos Cavallo shares her caregiving tips for finding time for yourself.
Stroke Family Warmline
Call 1-888-4-STROKE (1-888-478-7653) from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. CT
|Share Your Caregiving Tips |
Do you have tips for other caregivers or stroke survivors? Share your tips to be featured on our Tips for Daily Living Library and ASA Facebook!
|Financial Consequences of Stroke Caregiving|
Learn about the financial cost of stroke caregiving and how AHA/ASA is advocating for a tax credit for family caregivers.
|Google+ Hangout for Caregivers|
Watch our Google+ Hangout with AHA/ASA and AARP caregiving experts.
Understand your rights as a caregiver.
Tips and inspiration to make your job easier, and space to express your personal thoughts and needs.
| Caring for Yourself|
Resources to help you care for yourself.
|Tips from Caregivers|
Tips from other stroke family caregivers to help ease the day-to-day stresses of caring for a loved one with stroke.
|Health Care Reform|| Download the Free F.A.S.T. Mobile App|
Caregivers need to be prepared in an emergency. Download the free F.A.S.T. mobile app so you can recognize and respond to the sudden signs of a stroke.