Grief Resources and Information

The information provided on this page is intended to help support you and your family while coping with your grief. All grief is unique, and thus all information here may not apply to your specific situation. Therefore, we cannot guarantee, endorse, or recommend any of the resources listed here; they are for informational purposes only. Please contact us for more information. If you notice any resource listed with inaccurate information, please let us know.

Helping Educate After Loss -- One month after the death of a loved one

Helping Educate After Loss -- Three months after the death of a loved one

Helping Educate After Loss -- Five months after the death of a loved one 

Helping Educate After Loss -- Seven months after the death of a loved one

Helping Educate After Loss -- Nine months after the death of a loved one 

Greater St. Louis Hospice Organization: St Louis area Bereavement Support Groups and Resources

A list of grief-related books provided by Missouri Hospice & Palliative Care Association


Caregiver Links

AARP's Care Connection

Aging in Place

American Bar Association

American Geriatrics Society Foundation for Health in Aging

American Heart Association 

Alzheimer’s Association

American Diabetes Association

American Parkinson Disease Association

Area Agency on Aging

Association for Conflict Resolution

Caregiver Resource Network

Caregiving.com

Family Caregiver Alliance

Full Circle of Care

Health In Aging

Help Guide

Medicines in My Home -- U.S. Food and Drug Administration

Medlineplus.gov

National Alliance for Caregiving

National Cancer Institute

National Caregivers Library

National Council for Aging Care

National Family Caregivers Association

National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization

Today's Caregiver Magazine Online


Caregiver Tips

As a caregiver, you might find yourself facing new responsibilities, many of which are unfamiliar. There are things you can do to make the caregiving process easier for both you and your loved one. The tips, listed below, can help you get the support you need while caring for someone you love.

Advance Directives and Legal Affairs

Compassion Fatigue

Managing Medicines at Home

Massage Therapy

Music Therapy

Tips from a Physical Therapist and Occupational Therapist

Tips from Registered Nurses

Questions to Ask Before Taking New Medications

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