Caregivers bring joy to their loved ones - we bring help to caregivers
Teva Acts of Love: Hairspray
Caregivers go to amazing lengths, embracing their changing role to bring care and joyous moments to a loved one as their health changes.
If you’re a family member or friend providing unpaid care to a family member or friend with a physical, cognitive or mental health condition, then you’re a caregiver—a vital resource, a critical healthcare partner and an individual with your own needs.
In the video above, you’ll see some of the inspiration behind our caregiver commitment. We see you—and the extraordinary impact of your caregiving. This is why Teva Canada is committed to supporting you by providing you with the resources and tools to make your care journey easier.
On the rest of this page, you’ll find links to information and support, including downloadable checklists and other resources.
A Prescription for Care
On National Caregiver Day (April 5, 2022), and throughout the months of April and May, we’re looking at ways for Canadians to explore a brighter future for healthcare. How can care be re-imagined for the betterment of patients and caregivers at all stages of life?
Vasculitis: A guide for caregivers
We’ve developed this guide to support you on your care journey and share practical ways you can live your life to the fullest while caring for a loved one with vasculitis.
Rheumatoid arthritis: A guide for Caregivers
We’ve developed this guide to help you understand rheumatoid arthritis and support you on your care journey by sharing practical ways you can live life to the fullest while caring for a loved one with rheumatoid arthritis.
Do you care for someone who has cancer? Listen to Teva Canada’s podcast, Care during cancer: Information for patients, families and caregivers, for insights on how to make the treatment journey easier for you and your family.
Behind the Numbers: Who Cares for the Carers?
Teva’s research shows that 43% of the global population are caregivers. But only when you look behind the numbers do you realise the true extent of what carers are doing – and what it’s doing to them.