Caregiving Across the Continuum

Nearly 40 million caregivers in the U.S. provide care to adults with a disability or illness. Caregiving Across the Continuum is a 5-part series that features insightful stories of caregivers who support their loved ones who are adults with disabilities. The series shares the perspectives of an adoptive caregiver, a long-distance caregiver, a biological caregiver, an elder caregiver, and a daughter. Increase crucial conversations via this mini-documentary series to help spur dialogue, recognize inclusion, and understand the unique challenges and successes people with developmental disabilities and their families face by hearing from those with first-hand experience on the topic.

This series is also available as a full-length podcast on ItunesiHeartRadio, and Spotify as TALK 4: Caregiving Across the Continuum.

Adoptive caregiver’s perspective

Long-distance caregiver’s perspective

Daughter’s perspective

Biological caregiver’s perspective

Elder caregiver’s perspective