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Links Home Care/Caregiving and Association sites


Sites for providers for and associations dedicated to the providing care for the Older Adult in the home.

Please note:  The authorized use of these links is limited to informational and educational purposes only.  To review the State's full disclaimer, go to the State of Wyoming's Copyright and Disclaimer page.

Ethnic Elder Care Network LogoEthnic Elders Care Network
This site is designed specifically for people who are currently or will be caregivers to ethnic elders with Alzheimer's disease and related disorders.  Ethnic Elders is dedicated to promoting research, prevention and treatment of AD and to providing education, support and assistance to ethnic minority elderly patients, their families and caregivers

Home Care Companions
develops innovative programs and products designed to support and educate family caregivers here and abroad.

National Alliance of Caregivers
dedicated to providing support to family caregivers of older persons and the professionals who help them and to increase public awareness of issues facing family caregiving.  Also has a online resource directory for family caregivers. That site is AXA Foundation Family Care Resource Connection.

NDPA logoNational Private Duty Association
The National Private Duty Association (NPDA) is the nation's first association for providers of private duty home care, which includes non
medical home care services.

Assisted Living Directory 

Wyoming Home Health Alliance
The Home Health Care Alliance of Wyoming understands the need to care for you and your loved ones. That is why the members of our association offer custom health care in the comfort of your own home.

Wyoming Kinship Advocacy
Kinship care is the provision of any full-time living arrangement in which minor children live with neither of their parents, but are cared for by a relative. Most of the time, this nurturing and protection is provided by grandparents when original families are torn apart by substance abuse, incarceration, death, mental and physical illness, AIDS, and child abuse and neglect.