The National Institute on Aging (NIA), an authority appointed by the United States Congress to lead scientific efforts with respect to aging, urges patients not to be alone when visiting the doctor; the NIA has developed caregiver guidelines for those with Alzheimer’s disease.

A non-medical caregiver is also someone who cares for the daily needs of a life partner or special friend.


Where and what time is the next healthcare appointment?

What's the insurance account number?

What's the phone number for the allergist? 


A non-medical caregiver is someone who is responsible for attending to the daily needs of another person such as a spouse or child. 


When and where did my daughter get her flu shot?

Who treats my husband for diabetes?


Life Partner and Friends

The Caregiver's Role is with . . .

“In simple terms, a family caregiver is someone who is
responsible for attending to the daily needs of another person,” as described
by the National Alliance for Caregiving, a not for-profit coalition of national
organizations focusing on issues of family caregiving, and EmblemHealth a
founding member of the New York City Family Caregiver Coalition. 

A non-medical caregiver is someone whose role has changed from being a daughter or son to the person responsible to provide care for the daily needs of a senior parent.


Which over the counter medications does mom take?

​What are dad's allergies and family history?

 


Senior Parents

Spouse and Children