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Caregiver Support Groups in Ohio 

Call support group meeting contact advance before attending any meetings.

 

Family Caregiver Forum

Online caregiver community dedicated to answering questions, providing and finding support, and taking part in general discussion relevant to family caregiving issues.

 

Lotsa Helping Hands

This free website creates a community calendar for friends and family that want to help families while caring for someone going through a crisis.  The website offers help for meal deliveries, rides, and visits.  It easily communicates and shares updates using announcements, message boards, and photos. 

 

 

 

Red Tree House

A website created to empower Ohio families by providing connections to resources, support networks and events in your community.

 

Caring Bridge

 

The Brain Injury Association of America is proud to partner with CaringBridge.

The Brain Injury Association of America has partnered with CaringBridge to help individuals stay connected with family and friends during a health crisis, treatment and recovery. Founded in 1997, CaringBridge is a free, nonprofit web service that now connects more than 15 million people each year. The service is private and personalized. Learn more about creating your own website that gives recognition to BIA by visitinghttp://www.caringbridge.org/partner/BIAUSA/

 

Consumers are encouraged to evaluate each program and service to determine the quality and appropriateness based on a specific individual's needs.  The Brain Injury Association of Ohio does not recommend or endorse any particular professional, program, or service. 

 

 

BIAOH thanks members of Ohio’s TBI Family Caregivers Alliance for their assistance in developing this page, supported in part through Ohio’s federal TBI Implementation Grant, “Operation MAPS: Joining Forces”, (H21MC06771-04-1) awarded to the Ohio Rehabilitation Services Commission from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) within the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services.

 

 

 

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