There are hundreds of organizations that conduct webinars that are intended to help caregivers. Most of these live webinars are archived and available to you to view when you have the time to view them. Here are some of the “Best Of” Webinars.

We can get so tired of dealing with individuals who judge us, minimize us or drain us. In this webinar, Denise M. Brown, founder of CareGiving.com, will share ways to help you heal when you just get so tired of being gracious.

You make decisions every day for yourself and for your caree. No wonder you’re tired of making decisions. Denise Brown, CareGiving.com, offers suggestions to help.

Topic: Setting Boundaries During Caregiving You become so available for your caree because it feels like your caree needs you so much that you become…

Caring for the Caregiver: Fight Caregiver Stress and Prevent Burnout

How to Prevent Falls in Aging Adults

Caregiving can be a roller coaster: Some days you’re enjoying the ride and some days you’re holding on for dear life. It can be unpredictable and downright difficult! This webinar will provide you with five tips to help your day be a little less stressful.

Brent T. Mausbach, PhD examines the role of the caregiver for dementia patients. Learn about the psychological, emotional, and physical consequences of caregiving and what can be done to mitigate their impact.

Worried about falls in an aging adult? In this webinar, geriatrician Dr. Leslie Kernisan will discuss practical approaches that you can take, to help an older person reduce the chance of a serious fall.

Keeping Your Family Member Moving and Engaged So They Can Remain at Home

Work With Your Siblings To Keep Your Life, Family, and Sanity Intact!

Seasons of Care: Wellness and Self-Care for the Family Caregiver

Staying mobile is essential for physical fitness and emotional well-being. It can prevent disease, improve stamina, and improve quality of life. The stronger and more able the person is, the more they can decrease the strain on caregivers by increasing the Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) that they can accomplish on their own or with less assistance. This webinar will explain the basic concepts of what happens as we age, how the loss of these functional skills can impact a person’s life, and how we can help.

Francine Russo is the author of “They’re Your Parents, Too! How Siblings Can Survive Their Parents’ Aging Without Driving Each Other Crazy.” She is a widely recognized journalist who covered the boomer beat for Time magazine for nearly a decade and authored the “Ask Francine” column.

The types of family caregiving we’re seeing today are new in our time due in great part to advances in medical care that lead to people living longer lives. This means that many of today’s adult siblings have no model or script for how to manage caregiving of aging parents.

FCA and webinar speakers, Andrea Sherman, PhD, and Marsha Weiner, MA, co-founders of Transitional Keys & Seasons of Care (http://www.transitionalkeys.org/), conduct a conversation on Wellness and Self-Care for the Family Caregiver.

–Understanding the value of wellness and self-care for themselves –Becoming inspired and motivated to integrate self-care into their daily life

–Learning how to identify daily opportunities for self-care

–Creating opportunities to rekindle joy, and strengthen inner resilience