Trualta is an interactive eLearning platform to help manage care for aging adults at home.

Trualta helps families and informal caregivers managing care at home with a library of lessons on various topics, solving day-to-day needs. The lessons give simple, practical advice. Even better, lessons are short (about 5 minutes), making it easy to fit them into a busy schedule.  Sign up for free at

Caregivers are onboarded to an interactive eLearning environment, delivering engaging and personalized training. Lessons are created by experts in aging to provide professional-level training adapted for informal caregivers. The platform is easy to use for all ages, completely private, and accessible 24/7. No app is required, view on any browser, computer, laptop, phone or tablet. Print material is available to supplement the digital platform.

Trualta tailors benefits to caregiver needs:

All Caregivers

  • How to help with bathing, toileting, and dressing
  • Strategies for the transition from hospital to home
  • How to balance work and caregiving
  • Ways to provide care for grandchildren
  • Safety measures for preventing falls
  • Safe transfers and use of mobility devices like walkers and canes
  • Types of legal documents like power of attorney and how to start these conversations
  • Medication management tricks
  • Realistic self-care practices
  • Trualta Care Companions program has drop-in groups for caregivers to connect and share experiences and tips

Isolated Caregivers

  • Trualta Care Companions program has drop-in groups for caregivers to connect and share experiences and tips
  • Learn how to find additional sources of support

Dementia Caregivers

  • What to expect and how to care for different dementia types
  • How to engage your care recipient in meaningful activities
  • Important safety measures
  • Managing and responding to behavior and communication changes

Busy Caregivers:

  • Short, 5-minute lessons for when you don’t have time to join a full class
  • Choose the learning format that best suits your busy schedule
  • Apply self-care as you balance roles.

Heart Health Caregivers

  • How to support a heart-healthy diet, fluid intake, and exercise
  • Heart failure symptom management
  • Conversation starters for future planning
  • Preparing for heart procedures and managing discharge

Stroke Caregivers

  • The “whys” and “how-tos” for post-stroke personality and memory changes
  • How to help with bathing, toileting, dressing, oral care, and eating
  • Best practices for post-stroke communication and vision

Developmental Disabilities Caregivers

  • How to provide support for personal care tasks like dressing, oral care, bathing, and skin care
  • Ideas for developing and sticking to a daily routine
  • Strategies for responding to challenging behaviors
  • How to provide trauma-informed care and mental health support

Diabetes Caregivers

  • Ways to stay organized, plan healthy meals and activities, and support diabetes management
  • Strategies to reduce the risk of health problems
  • Long-term complications of diabetes and how to respond to medical emergencies

Parkinson’s Caregivers

  • Ways to improve sleep patterns
  • Strategies for engagement and physical activity
  • Tips for driving retirement
  • Strategies for mobility challenges and preventing falls
  • Planning advice for the future

COPD Caregivers

  • How to recognize COPD flare ups and create an action plan
  • Tips to support physical activity
  • Strategies for using inhalers and home oxygen
  • Proper breathing and coughing techniques
  • How to start conversations about future planning

AgeOptions Contact:

For more information, about our caregiver program and resources please contact Cristina Diaz at