This section offers guidance, support and resources, specifically for caregivers.
For Patients, Families and Caregivers
Those living with lupus, family members and caregivers can find a wide variety of information in our resource section, including work related issues, insurance, financial assistance and locating and working with your doctor.
Don’t miss the opportunity to learn from the presentations and ask questions to some of the world’s leading lupus experts. This program is provided at no cost to participants.
Lupus Foundation of America hosts education programs to help people with lupus and their families better understand and manage the disease.
Access to health insurance may pose a challenge for people with lupus. Learn more about a variety of different insurance resources.
Learn more about the process of getting life insurance if you have lupus.
Information on work related issues or understanding federal disability benefits.
This section provides information on a variety of financial resources to assist you in times of need.
Through clinical trials, researchers learn how to make drugs and treatment more effective and safe. Clinical trials would not be possible without the participation of study volunteers. Learn more.
Learn more about what types of doctors treat lupus, how to find a doctor in your area and how to prepare and get the most out of your doctor’s appointments.
Please contact the chapter or support group leader prior to attending the first meeting to verify all information.