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caregiver you can be.

If you're not sure where to start, call 1-800-333-2433

Minnesota Resources

Minnesota Board on Aging GO >

The MBA’s mission is to ensure that older Minnesotans and their families are effectively served by state and local policies and programs in order to age well and live well. The MBA has seven Area Agencies on Aging dedicated to addressing the needs of older adults and family caregivers.

Linkage Lines

  • Disability Linkage Line® 1-866-333-2466
  • Senior LinkAge Line® 1-800-333-2433
  • Veterans LinkAge Line 1-888-LinkVet

Long-Term Care Choices Navigator, Minnesota Board on Aging GO > Caregiver Link GO >

Look here for information to enhance to your caregiving role. You will find resources on planning, arranging care, stress, family issues, learning new care tasks, and more. Caregiver consultants are trained to help you care for an older adult while finding balance. Contact the Senior LinkAge Line® to find a caregiver consultant in your area.

Minnesota Office of Ombudsman for Long-Term Care GO >

The Minnesota Office of Ombudsman for Long-Term Care is a consumer advocacy program of the MBA. It address concerns relating to in-home services, assisted living services in Housing with Services settings, nursing home services, and Medicare hospital services.

For a full version of the Caregiver Resource Guide see the MBA Caregiver Page GO >

Additional Resources

Amherst H. Wilder Foundation
Wilder Caregiving Resource Center  GO >

Alzheimer’s Association GO >

Memory Loss/10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease GO >

Health Care Directive for Minnesota, Minnesota Board on Aging GO >

Minnesota Board on Aging Brochures

Work and Caregiving: Finding Balance Download >

Holding a Family Meeting: Steps to Address Eldercare Issues Download >

Minnesota Live Well At HomeSM GO >

Personal Health Record Download >

Prepare to Care: a Caregiving Planning Guide for Families, AARP Download >

Your Rights During Transitions of Care, National Transitions of Care Coalition Website GO >