TCH, Home for Caregivers

If you’re a caregiver for someone who is chronically ill, it can feel like the weight of the world on your shoulders. But with any luck, this website will lighten that load just a bit! We’ll tell you all about what to look for in caregiver support groups, how to find respite care services, and where to find legal help. Also included are tips for stress reduction and ideas for coping with some of the more challenging aspects of caregiving.

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About Dementia

If you would like to learn more about dementia — its signs and symptoms, how to recognize it, or what you can do to improve someone’s quality of life — please read on!

Clothing & Dressing

As a caregiver, you’ll need to learn creative ways to handle the common clothing and dressing problems experienced by people with dementia.

Falls & Mobility

Dementia not only causes individuals to experience normal age-related vision and mobility changes that increase fall risk, but it brings it own set of challenges that can cause unsafe situations

Medication Management

Remembering which meds to take, the right dosage, and at what times of the day can be difficult for anyone – and a daunting or impossible task for a person with dementia.


Helping a person get in and out of a bed or chair is one of the most difficult tasks a caregiver faces. The best transfer technique depends upon the care receiver’s abilities, your abilities, and the living environment.


Wandering and getting lost are serious problems for people with dementia, especially since it happens so unpredictably. A person can wander off unexpectedly – even when you think they’re safe – and then can’t remember the way back home.

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Compassion Fatigue: What is it and do you have it?

The “compassion fatigue” is a term that refers to the exhaustion felt by those who are constantly giving of themselves for others. This can lead to a lesser sense of empathy towards those around them and make it difficult to maintain long-term relationships with friends or family members on whom they have leaned heavily in times past. Are you at risk? Find out from this TED speech.