The American Chronic Pain Association provides videos and brief descriptions of conditions associated with chronic pain. There is also information about how to improve medical appointments as well as pain management techniques. This website is recommended for its advice and tools for improving pain management.
UpToDate is recommended as a physician-level health information and research. This section allows patients and caregivers to search, but not browse, the consumer health content for information available for free. Although topics here are covered in good depth, most of the more detailed information is only available to subscribers.
Hospice Foundation of America is recommended for information about end-of-life care, caregiving, and grief support. Most of the information relates to hospice, grief, healthcare proxies, advance directives, and related issues.
National Alliance for Caregiving addresses all aspects of caregiving and includes brochures summarizing research and academic reports. There is information about relevant legislation, how to establish and sustain a family caregiving coalition, and incorporate technology into caregiving. The site is recommended as a resource for people interested in research about and the current status of care-taking in the USA, although there is little information for actual caregivers.
AgingCare.com is designed for caregivers of the elderly, providing online support through education, peer-to-peer communication, and expert perspectives. This recommended website covers many important topics in eldercare including assisted living, financial planning, hospice, memory care, health insurance, and more.