Family Caregivers

As a caregiver, you make many sacrifices for your loved one. But it’s crucial to make time for yourself.

Caregivers need care, too!

As a caregiver, you provide the most important long-term support for your stroke survivor’s recovery and rehabilitation.

But who takes care of you? You’re not alone in facing the challenges to balance your caregiving with family, work, personal time and other commitments.

More than 53 million Americans are caregivers — as diverse as those they care for: spouses, partners, adult children, parents, siblings, grandchildren and family friends.

At the American Stroke Association, we’re only a click or a phone call away to assist you.

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Caregivers Guide

The guide provides practical tips on issues such as finances, medical management, emotional support and self-care.  


Celebrating Caregivers

Join our panel discussion celebrating caregivers just like you!
Nov. 19, 2020, at 7 p.m. EST


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Health Care Reform

For heart disease and stroke patients, and those at risk, access to quality, affordable care is critical.