Social Isolation Among Caregivers

Caregiving is not easy, not for the caregiver and not for the person receiving care.

The ongoing demands of caring for someone else can strain even the most resilient person. That’s why caregivers must ask for help and take a break when they need it.

The lack of social interaction and stimulation from individuals other than their care recipient, especially when cognitive impairment is present, can be an undeniable trigger for loneliness.

Respite care provides short-term relief for primary caregivers, giving them time to rest, travel, or spend time with other family and friends.

The care may last anywhere from a few hours to several weeks.Respite care can occur at home, in a healthcare facility, or at an adult day care center.

Amicus Brain’s AI advisor can help you locate high quality, unbiased dementia resources based on your personal needs.

As the needs for care resources change when the disease progresses, our app is there to locate hyperlocal, vetted resources. Get time-saving tips whether you’re looking for respite care, an audiologist or a caregiver support group.

Combat isolation and loneliness by building some time into your caregiving routine to focus on yourself.

We provide point-of-need knowledge, training, and support to family caregivers and care professionals who can access it anytime, anywhere using our Artificial Intelligence-powered mobile app. To learn more, visit Amicus Brain.

You can also connect with us to learn how our advisors provide you stress-free, accurate, and unbiased advice in a natural and intuitive interaction mode to help you make smarter choices and improve the quality and speed of your caregiving decision making. Request a demo today at

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