Caregiver Help is an online, video-based caregiver support program developed by Elaine K Sanchez and Dr. Alex A Sanchez. The website helps family and professional caregivers cope with the emotional stress of caring for aging, chronically ill, and disabled individuals, with a particular emphasis on caring for people who have Alzheimer's and other dementia-related diseases. It also helps caregivers develop their own personalized survival plan. The program is unique in that it is based on real-life caregiving stories, which bring hope, humor, and heart to difficult topics such as anger, guilt, depression, grief, and death. It also provides strategies for coping with dementia-related challenging behaviors, including inappropriate sexual behavior. The program can be delivered to homebound caregivers on personal computers and mobile devices. It comes with a comprehensive facilitator's guide for support group leaders, and organizations can offer it as a benefit to help employees who are caring for loved ones who can no longer care for themselves. Elaine K Sanchez, co-founder of the program, is the author of "Letters from Madelyn, Chronicles of a Caregiver". She hosts Caregiver Help Radio, a weekly program on WebTalkRadio.Net. She delivers keynotes and workshops at caregiving conferences and to healthcare organizations across the country. Dr. Alex A Sanchez, co-founder, is a life-long educator. He retired from his position as Professor of Education at Oregon State University in December 2012, where he taught a doctoral program in Community College Leadership. Prior to that, he held a variety of positions as a university professor, vice President, and as a community college president. The passion for helping others cope with the emotional stress of caregiving came from the couple's extensive experience of caring for family members through the final stages of their lives.