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Caregiver Resources

Helping you help others

Taking care of a loved one can be very rewarding. It can also be very challenging. At Anthem, you’re not alone. Everyone needs a helping hand from time to time, even caregivers. We’re here to help you.

The resources and tools you’ll find on this page are designed to help you with your day-to-day tasks as a caregiver, and taking care of your loved one and yourself.

Getting started

The first step is to find out what kind of help you may need. Each person’s situation is unique, so finding the right tools is important to help you give the best care you can.

Caregiver Self Assessment

Keep track of your loved one’s phone numbers, appointments, finances, and more with the Anthem Caregiver Organizer.

This all-in-one binder lets you easily organize all the vital information you need. Just ask your loved one’s Anthem care coordinator or service coordinator to have one sent to you.

Helpful resources for caregivers

There are many Anthem, local, and national tools and resources available to assist you with caring for your loved ones.

There are many Anthem, local, and national tools and resources available to assist you with caring for your loved ones.

Below are some helpful resources from the Alzheimer’s Association to help those living with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia and their caregivers.

Know the 10 Signs

10 early signs and symptoms of Alzheimer's
Warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease

Why you should get checked early
  • Plan for the future
  • Treatment for symptoms
  • Clinical studies


Financial and legal planning for caregivers
  • Care costs and paying for care
  • Healthcare insurance and medical care
  • Legal planning
Stages of Alzheimer’s
Communication and behaviors
  • Common changes in communication and behavior
  • Tips to help communicate with the person living with dementia

Caregiver stress

Caregiver stress
Caregiver burnout: How to take care of yourself
50 ways for family caregivers to take a break
Stress relief for caregivers

Person living with dementia

Live well
Tips for daily life

Overview of Alzheimer’s Association resources

Alzheimer’s Association 24/7 Helpline:


Alzheimer’s Association
Alzheimer's Association of Greater Indiana
  • Programs, supports, and information
  • Local resources (home care, residential care, adult day care)

Online training programs

Have questions?

We’re here to help.

Visit anthem.com/inmedicaid

Hoosier Healthwise and Healthy Indiana Plan 
866-408-6131 (TTY 711)

Hoosier Care Connect 
844-284-1797 (TTY 711)

Indiana PathWays for Aging 
833-412-4405 (TTY 711)

Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Eastern time.


Page Last Updated: 05/07/2024