Caregivers are a hidden force

Carallel provides personalized guidance and digital health tools to identify caregivers and empower them to confidently manage the twists and turns of caregiving.

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Caregiver Insight Study

What caregivers are saying:

90%
say Carallel reduced their stress
87%
say Carallel improved their decisions
98%
rated Carallel as valuable

See how innovative caregiver support pays off

Human-led and tech-enabled solutions designed for caregivers.

Carallel’s Care Advocates

Highly trained experts serve as on-demand personal support guides to help caregivers along their unique journeys. They lend an empathetic and experienced ear via phone, email or chat. Trained in our H.E.A.R.T model, our Care Advocates also serve as the national help desk for the Caregiver Action Network.

Working with a Care Advocate Supporting with H.E.A.R.T.
Expertise at the Ready Helping caregivers get unstuck
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Built for a shared experience

Caregiving is often a team effort. Carallel’s collaboration and workflow tools make it easier for the whole circle of care to work together to support their loved one and each other.

Information to rely on

Caregiving leads people into uncharted territory. Carallel’s digital platform and resources make it easy to find trusted answers all along the way.

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I’ve ignored my own health for too long.

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