Everyone has a care story

Whether you’re caring for someone, are cared for, or simply want to help raise awareness — join us this National Family Caregivers Month to uplift caregivers and break down the stigmas that surround care.

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There’s an invisible caregiving crisis

1 in 5

American adults serve as family caregivers


of caregivers say their employer isn’t aware of their care situation


of individuals caring for a loved one don’t identify with the term “caregiver”
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Uplifting the many voices of caregiving

No two caregiving journeys are the same. The experience looks different for everyone — and brings about a wide range of emotions. By creating a dialogue that normalizes unpaid caregiving, we can help those who care understand they are far from alone. 



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Join the conversation

We created a toolkit to uplift caregiver voices during National Family Caregivers Month. Inside you’ll find:

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Shareable graphics and prompts for caregivers to tell their stories
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Tips for allies on how to support the caregivers in their lives
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Conversation starters to discuss caregiving in the workplace
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Lindsay Jurist-Rosner
CEO and Co-Founder

“I am hopeful that we'll eventually see a new world where caregiving is accepted, normalized, and celebrated. A world where this highly valuable work goes from invisible to visible. And a world where caregivers get the support and acknowledgement they deserve.”