The National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP) collected and analyzed about 800 recommendations from 27 key family caregiving reports written in the past decade. NASHP synthesized and inventoried the recommendations in this resource, with support from The John A. Hartford Foundation and in collaboration with the US Administration for Community Living. The main goal of the inventory it to assist the RAISE Act Family Caregiving Advisory Council make its recommendations. FSRTC reports “Research on Family Caregiving Support in the United States: A Strategic Plan” and “Recommendations to Improve Data Collection to Monitor, Track, and Evaluate State Approaches to Family Support Services” are cited as key family caregiving resources in the inventory. To learn more about FSRTC reports, please visit the publications page here.

To learn more about the inventory, please visit the NASHP website.