For National Family Caregivers Month 2022, the #CaregivingHappens campaign reflects your reality that often caregiving just happens.
Caregiving happens when you’re grocery shopping or in a meeting. Caregiving happens when you’re trying to get out the door to go to work and it happens when you least expect it.
#CaregivingHappens raises awareness of your role as a family caregiver as people realize that you may be running late because you’re picking up your loved one from chemo or your friend understands that you’re not avoiding them, you’re caring for your mom with Alzheimer’s.
#CaregivingHappens when you’re busy with something else or have plans. It may make you miss meetings or other appointments.
When #CaregivingHappens, it’s not always convenient or expected. We understand, and we get it.
#CaregivingHappens on Twitter @CaregiverAction
#CaregivingHappens on Facebook/CaregiverActionNetwork
There are many things you can do to help elevate the importance of Caregivers needing support and how #CaregivingHappens.
- If you need information or just need someone to talk to, visit our free Caregiver Help Desk. You can reach out to caregiving experts by phone, e-mail, or live chat for help and support.
- Sometimes it helps to talk to someone who understands what you’re going through. Join our Care Chat for forums on specific conditions or general questions on caregiving.
- Are you looking for a go-to place for caregiving information? Visit CAN’s Family Caregiver Toolbox for information on different types of caregiving, staying strong, and caregiving for a loved one with a specific condition.
- If you are interested in sharing your #CaregivingHappens story, CAN’s #CaregivingHappens social media kit will provide you with information to help you craft your story, hashtags to use, and how to tag CAN in your social media posts. To download photos, click here.