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We are all experiencing the role of a caregiver in its most challenging avatar. Anyone who provides physical, emotional, financial, or social care is a caregiver. Today, each one of us is a caregiver or a well-wisher of a caregiver. Navigating through this pandemic is like grappling through the dark and unknown.

As we navigate our journey through these times, we need companions, support systems, and resilience. So long as we are holding hands and are supporting each other, we will get through this. It is with this spirit that Caregiver Saathi has drawn up a comprehensive Covid response for all of us who have been affected, infected, or impacted by Covid.

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Access the resources for all methods of care by clicking here

Crisis & Emergency Care

When a loved one is in immediate need of help

Visit the COVID-19 Response section in Resources for a verified list of resources for oxygen, hospital beds, food, plasma, etc. In case you have any queries, head to our Facebook page and we will resolve them.

Any health crisis is an emergency that poses a direct and immediate threat to your physical and emotional wellbeing, needs emergency care to acknowledge and properly treat the condition.





Home-based Care

When a loved one is sick in the safety of home

In case of mild symptoms in home isolation, we provide care guidelines, exercise routines, and emotional care resources. In case of intense home-based care, check here for resources on oxygen concentrators and caretakers.

Homecare is health care or supportive care provided by a professional caregiver in the patient’s or client’s individual home, as opposed to care provided in group settings such as clinics or nursing homes.

Precautionary Care

When a loved one has not fallen sick but you’d like to be careful

For ways that you can volunteer and help the community, click here. There are also some resources available to prepare yourself and understand the pandemic better.

Precautionary care is used to describe dire preventative actions taken in advance to prevent something negative from happening or to lessen the impact of the negative outcome if it does happen.





Post-Recovery Care

When a loved one is on the road to recovery

We provide some ways to help cope with the after-effects and recover from the infection.

Post-recovery care is the care one receives after a certain medical intervention and/or procedure. The type of post-recovery care one needs depends on the type of intervention they had, as well as the health history. Often, it includes pain management and wound care.

Post-Bereavement Care

When you have lost a loved one to the pandemic

We offer many resources to help you address aspects including repurposing & reintegrating financial & legal aspects and emotional grief counselling.

Bereavement care is the support provided during the time of mourning after a loss. A hospice care team works with surviving loved ones to help them through the grieving process. Bereavement services are often provided for about a year after the patient’s death.





Learn more about the remedies and care required for treating yourself or your loved one.



This handbook teaches you how to create a compassionate space for people facing grief.



This toolkit helps assists you in making a commitment to prioritize mental wellbeing.



How can I participate?





How can I get support?

If you are a caregiver, you can join the community by signing up.
Become a member, or if you require specific needs, fill this form.
If you have any other questions, fill the query form.

Can I volunteer as a professional or service provider?

Absolutely! We are looking for volunteers to help with our project. To apply, please fill the form.

Questions? Write to us!