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Best Practice Caregiving: Guiding organizations to dementia programs for family caregivers

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Best Practice Caregiving, a partnership between Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging and Family Caregiver Alliance, is a free online database of proven dementia programs for family caregivers. It offers a searchable, interactive, national database of vetted, effective programs that offer much-needed information and support. The database is an invaluable tool for healthcare and community-based organizations, as well as funders and policy makers to discover and share high quality programs for caregivers.

In the Best Practice database you will find detailed information about:

  • the focus of each program
  • program outcomes (e.g., reducing stress, understanding dementia, planning care, skill-building, health & wellness, etc.)
  • program implementation
  • research findings
  • direct utilization experiences of delivery sites
  • program developer information.

With more than 40 data records, you’ll have access to the information you need to make informed decisions. It's easy to compare programs side-by-side based on the factors that matter most to you, your organization, and your caregiving clients. Contact and usage/license fee information are included for each program. 

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