We’ve partnered with organizations and companies who are dedicated to supporting caregivers and their families.
The Connected Parent is a free search platform connecting parents to the autism, ADHD, disability, and rare disease resources they need to help their children thrive.
The Heart of the Caregiver® provides the essential emotional and spiritual support YOU need. You’re not alone. We’re here to help.
The Medical Mama Compass is a planner/organizer made just for medically complex parenting. Choose a mini edition (191 pages) or complete edition (330 pages) in either spiralbound or paperback.
Taking care of a child with chronic health issues is a full-time job, so where can busy, burdened parents find support?
Heather B. Amos collated the stories in I’m Not “OK” to answer that question. Her goal is to foster a compassionate and nurturing community of caregivers who find strength in numbers and thrive on the honest exchange of information.
A+J Patient Advocacy is your personal healthcare navigator – supporting children, teens, and young adults living with chronic illness. We believe in a collaborative approach to healthcare and work to ensure that every patient has timely and appropriate care.
Caregivers need respite too. That’s why we created the TakeCareTime respite box. It’s a bi-monthly subscription for caregivers to enjoy some much-needed time for themselves.
The heart of We Are Brave Together, an international community of caregiving moms, is to strengthen, encourage, educate and inspire all moms of children with disabilities through their unique and difficult caregiving journeys.
The Striped Stable teaches caregivers how to harness the power of social media to crowdfund for medical expenses insurance won’t cover. We believe in the power of authentic storytelling to bring awareness to the struggle many families face while trying to provide basic necessities, from mobility equipment and transportation to life-saving procedures and medication
A Better Balance, a national nonprofit advocacy organization, uses the power of the law to advance justice for workers, so they can care for themselves and their loved ones without jeopardizing their economic security.
A Mother’s Rest coordinates therapeutic respite retreats exclusively for caregivers who have loved ones with disabilities and/or chronic medical conditions.