Advocacy and support for the caregiver

Advocacy and support for caregivers

Couldn’t you use your own source of support? No matter how devoted you are to your loved one with Heart Failure, you could probably use some support yourself. But where do you go for help?

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Sign up

for the Keep It Pumping program, including the Heart Failure Handbook.

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Seek out

the many resources for caregivers from the American Heart Association at (including downloads). You can also become a member of an AHA caregivers’ community at

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Explore the Caregiver Action Network

(formerly the National Family Caregivers Association) at They provide education, peer support, and resources to family caregivers across the country. Not disease-specific, this site has caregiver stories, videos, community forums, along with a collection of forms and tools you may find helpful.

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Join an in-person support group

for caregivers through a well-regarded hospital in your area.

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Sign up for a free
Heart Failure Handbook

Get a free Heart Failure Handbook  when you register for the Keep It Pumping support program. It’s filled with useful tips and tools to help you manage the condition.

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Start prepping for
the conversation

Get a Doctor Discussion Guide for a personalized conversation that can help you and your doctor decide on the best ways to manage your Heart Failure.