Your resource center for all things caregiving

Dear Caregiver,

I am so glad you are here! This is a space for you to learn and grow. A place to read stories from other caregivers and get advice from professionals. A place were you can ask questions and get answers. Search the resources below or contact us with any questions. We are constantly adding new information to The Hub. Be sure to subscribe to our mailing list so you don’t miss a thing.


Karin Pauly
Founder of Caring for Nancy

P.S. If you are a new caregiver, grab our Caregiver Planning Guide. It is a great resource to help walk you step-by-step in creating your caregiver plan. 

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Mental & Physical Health of Caregivers

Learn the common challenges that caregivers face, including compassion fatigue, depression, anxiety, and addiction.

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Legal and Financial

Learn how to discuss sensitive topics, such as deailing with Medicare, Medicaid, long-term care planning, and spend-downs with your loved one.

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Dementia and Alzheimer's Care

Employees learn prevention strategies, recognizing symptoms, as well as steps for approaching and dealing with dementia and Alzheimer’s.

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Assisted living, respite care, nursing care, living with a loved one…how do you choose what’s best for you and the person you care for?

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Medical Decisions & Advocacy

Learn about common mental health issues associated with aging, as well as red flags that signal insufficient care.

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End of Life

How do you help your loved one pass on while managing the logistics and emotional turbulence of this stage?

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Products & Services

Learn transportation options, technology services, ADA products, prescription drug administration, medical alert systems, as well as tools for bathing and clothing your loved one.

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“For the most part, caregiving is just a thread in my life. It is an item on a to-do list, a topic of conversation, or some problem solving and research. But sometimes, it is much more jarring.”

Karen Lundquist

Caring for John and Alice

“When I think of our mom, it seems almost impossible to express what she meant to me, our family, and others who knew her. Because with her it is much more about presence, how she made us feel, and words aren’t easy to come by.” 

Karin Pauly

Caring for Nancy

“I remember the most difficult day. It was when we moved my mother into the facility. We had to lie to her about the move. Then the staff took my mom by the hand, and told us to leave the facility and not contact her for three weeks.”

Gail Cruikshank

Caring for Beverly

Upcoming Events

It’s important that caregivers receive the support they need. From a respite break to educational resources to hearing stories from other caregivers, and more. Join one of these upcoming events to help you on your caregiver journey.



If you are constantly feeling stressed, exhausted, and overworked as a caregiver, we can help. Caregiver burnout is real and serious.

Call us to schedule a one-on-one caregiver session. We will meet with you in person or over the phone. We’ll listen to you to your concerns and challenges. We will then create an action plan that includes solutions and resources to help you. You’ll walk away feeling supported and more in control.


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