Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Five ways a “support partner” can help a person with HIV stay on track with treatment adherence. A “support partner” could be a trusted friend, a family member, a spouse or partner, or a peer or case manager.
Source: U.S. Office on Women's Health
Information for caregivers about stress, burnout warning signs, and steps to take to prevent burnout. Includes links to additional resources for caregivers, including publications, fact sheets, and organizations.
Source: U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Links to resources for people who care for HIV-infected people.
Source: National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization
Information and links to help people make decisions about end-of-life care and services before a crisis.
Source: National Alliance for Caregiving
General information and resources to support family caregivers.
Source: World Health Organization
Facts about what palliative care is, why it's important, how to implement it, cost factors involved in implementation, and a list of other resources.