Caring for Seniors
A caregiver is a person who provides support and care to family or friends of any age who are physically or mentally challenged, chronically ill, or frail.
Caregiving is a complex role with a unique set of responsibilities. These responsibilities can change over time as the care needs of the person change.
These pages provide a range of resources that offer practical assistance as well as personal supports for caregivers.
In this section, you'll find:
- Daily Care Tips and Advice
- Building a Care Guide
- Caring for the Caregiver
- Training and Caregiver Role Management Tools
Government of Canada – Information for Caregivers
The Federal/Provincial/Territorial Ministers Responsible for Seniors Forum provides links to federal, provincial and some municipal resources on financial information, care options, powers of attorney, health, mental health and dementia.