Caring for Someone with Lupus

When a person with lupus develops serious health issues and can no longer function independently, someone may need to assume the role of caregiver. While doctors, nurses and other medical staff are also considered caregivers, this guide will focus on family members or friends who assume the caregiving role. 

Caregiving, Defined

Learn more about the different roles and responsibilities of a lupus caregiver.

How Can You Help?

The more you know about lupus and how to cope with lupus, the better prepared you will be to provide care.