Take control of your brain health with Staying Sharp! Visit today. If caring for a loved one leaves you frustrated and angry at times, that's normal — but you don't have to go it alone. A good caregiver support group can be a lifeline, providing a place — in person, on the phone or online — to share feelings confidentially, make new friends, get help navigating the health care system and learn from others who have walked a similar path.
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Jump to navigation Skip to main content. Because of COVID outbreaks, many support groups, memory cafes, conferences, and other events have moved to a digital platform. Find up-to-date listings for virtual caregiver resources and events on the Wisconsin Caregiver website. Being responsible for someone else can feel overwhelming if the role is unexpected or interferes with job responsibilities. This is why Wisconsin offers family members and other informal caregivers programs and education opportunities that can make being a caregiver more manageable.
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FCA facilitates and sponsors several types of support groups, both in person and online. FCA has partnered with Smart Patients to create this new Caregivers Community so that caregivers and other loved ones can join the community for free to share, interact, and learn from each other in a safe, supportive environment. Caregivers can choose from more than unique communities focusing on specific conditions, experiences and health topics.