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Good morning,


You have spoken and we are listening! As part of our effort to help social service and health care providers like you better serve your caregiver clients and patients, we’re excited to share a range of new caregiver resources below, including: 

  • A new four-part video series created for caregivers of those living with one of four challenging neurodegenerative diseases

  • 14 popular fact sheets translated into 5+ languages

  • 1 new infographic (+ 9 more over the next 9 weeks)

  • Calendar of upcoming events—including two trainings for Spanish-speaking health providers. 

As always, we welcome your feedback, comments and suggestions. In the meantime, you can count on us to continue providing the resources, support and assistance your caregiver clients need.

Thank you,

Family Caregiver Alliance

Upcoming Classes & Events

Introducing new classes and webinars for family caregivers and providers: 

  • Let's Get Away Together! — weekly, July 19 - September 6. This webinar series features virtual excursions to Ireland, New York, desert parklands, museum archives, Yellowstone and more (including the universe itself!). Full info and registration here

  • Building Your Caregiver Toolkit: Supporting a Loved One with Depression — July 27. Family caregivers of those living with depression often experience added challenges and responsibilities, which can quickly affect their own physical and mental well-being. Led by two experts on how depression affects families help participants build a toolkit for resilience. Full info and registration here

  • Caregiver Conversations: A Day of Learning, Support, and Information Exchange — August 18. An in-person gathering for family and friends caregiving in San Francisco or nearby for an adult living with a complex illness such as Alzheimer’s and other dementias, Parkinson’s, stroke, ALS, MS, and others. We also welcome professionals who provide services to these caregivers and care receivers. Full info and registration here

  • LGBTQ+ Dementia Care Trainings for Spanish-Speaking Health Professionals in San Francisco — August 23 & 30. Download the flyer here. To register, contact Adriana Sanchez at (415) 434-3388 ext. 316 or at
  • Training 1: LGBTQ+ And Dementia Class — Tues, August 23, 12:30-2pm PT
  • Training 2: LGBTQ+ Dementia Care Effective Communication Strategies — Tues, August 30, 12:30-2pm PT

  • Caregivers Count! 12th Annual Conference Virtual Event (4-Part Series) September 10, 17, 24 and Oct 1. Designed for family and friend caregivers, this conference features expert speakers as well as senior service agencies sharing information about local supportive services. Visit the website and registration page

All classes are free. Bookmark our calendar to stay up to date on upcoming classes, webinars and events.

New Video Series for Caregivers of Those

Living with ALS, MS, HD & PD

Our new four-part video series, “You’re Not Alone” addresses the needs of caregivers who provide care to individuals diagnosed with one of four neurodegenerative diseases. Each video is packed with need-to-know information, such as guidance for every stage of the disease, treatment options and care planning, legal and financial preparations, what’s covered by Medicare, and much more. The series covers: 

Each video is accompanied by fact sheets and essential resources guides. Consider these videos a one-stop resource that caregivers can come back to again and again. 

The “You’re Not Alone” video series was made possible by a generous grant from Adira Foundation with additional support from other valued donors. 

New Infographic for Dementia Caregivers

Our new infographic "5 Tips to Help You Understand Dementia Behaviors" shares our most popular strategies for family caregivers dealing with behavior and communication difficulties often encountered when caring for someone with dementia. Learn more and download the infographic here

This is the first in our series of ten all-new infographics featuring quick tips and insights based on our most popular caregiver fact sheets. We'll share a new infographic every week for the next ten weeks—see the full list and info here

14 Newly Translated Fact Sheets

For family and friend caregivers of culturally diverse communities, a common challenge is finding quality information and resources in their own language. As part of our commitment to serving caregivers of all communities, we regularly translate our fact sheets and other resources into multiple languages. Below are just five of 14 newly translated fact sheets in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese, Tagalog and more.

For the full list of 14 fact sheets, click here.

Upcoming Community & Health Events

Summer's in full swing, and our calendar is full of health and aging events in our local communities. Come out and say hi!: 

For any questions about our community engagements, events or the in-services we offer provider organizations, contact Julian Leus, our Community Engagement Specialist.

Get in Touch Today
Connect caregivers to personalized support & caregiving resources

>> Contact us:


(800) 445-8106 toll free

(415) 434-3388 (ext. 331)


Fax a referral to

(415) 434-3508

Download the fax referral form here

>> Or let caregivers contact us directly by phone or online:

It's easy, fast and only a click away. Caregivers can go online to answer a 15-minute questionnaire that gets them services and answers quickly. They can also set up time to talk with our staff at their convenience.

Stay in the Know...

We respect your inbox, so we send our Provider e-News Update out every 1-2 months. But between issues, we are still hosting and sharing plenty of activities, classes, webinars and new resources for caregivers.

Stay in the know by following us on any or all of our social media channels — and be sure to share them with others who can benefit!

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... and while you're here — sign up for our Connections e-newsletter (designed for family and friend caregivers), ¿Que Pasa? boletin (our e-newsletter for Spanish-speaking caregivers), and our Caregiving Policy Digest newsletter (caregiving policy at the local, national and international levels).

ABOUT Family Caregiver Alliance

FCA’s mission is to improve the quality of life for family caregivers and those who receive their care. Our work intersects three key areas: caregiver services, policy, and research. Learn more here. Although a nationally-recognized organization, San Francisco-established FCA has deep roots and community partnerships in the Bay Area.

FCA supports and assists caregivers of adults with chronic or disabling health conditions regardless of race, ancestry, national origin, creed, gender, gender identity, religion, sexual orientation, disability, income, or age.  

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