This category is for sites about offering support to home health service providers, and caregivers.
Funded by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation through the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, they have a database of over 30,000 products to assist the disabled. They also have a complete compliment of additional services, including help in buying and selling used equipment.
Supports people in East Sussex (UK) who look after sick or disabled relatives, friends, neighbours, partners, or children in their own homes.
Information, links, advice and online support. With discussion board, news, chat rooms, contacts, and polls.
Support network links caregivers with others.
Caregivers find solutions to caregiving problems and a desire to begin or resume personal and professional goals.
A voluntary support group for unpaid carers who look after for family or a friend. Located in Norwich and Norfolk, UK.
Interactive community with attention to emotional and spiritual support to empower the role of caregiving.
Provides consulting services, claims processing services, training services, and outsourcing services to home healthcare providers.
Organization which offers information, assistance and advocacy for home health care providers, patients and their families.
Information for carers and those needing support on a long term basis.
A statewide trade organization representing home care and community-based providers through advocacy, information and education. Membership, providers, publications, and contacts.
Carers support service providing information, support and recognition. Located in Redbridge, UK.
Promotes individual care packages for in-home carers and people with care needs.
Nonprofit organization aimed at improving acute, sub-acute, rehabilitative, and long-term care. Information on membership, upcoming events, directories, regulations, publications, and contacts.
The Care Network offers information and support to make life easier for carers and the person they care for. It also gives opportunities to meet other Carers, share experiences and work together.
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