Support family caregivers by adding a #ThankACaregiver frame to your profile picture

November is National Family Caregivers Month. This year, Seniorlink is honoring caregivers by recognizing them as “The Heroes Among Us.” 

As part of our month-long celebration of caregivers, we are encouraging people who care for a loved one and anyone who wants to show support for these selfless individuals to add our #ThankACaregiver social media frame to their profile photo on Twitter and Facebook.

Our dream is to support and bring awareness to family caregivers across the globe, and we’d love for you to help us bring this dream to life.

To add the #ThankACaregiver frame to your profile photos, click here.

Adopting a frame to your profile photo is easy. Here is a guide on how it works.

BEFORE YOU START: Make sure you are logged in to the social media account for which you will update your profile image. (Twitter / Facebook)

Go here:


  1. Click “Add to Twitter” button
  2. You should get a pop up asking you to Authorize Twibbon to access your account? Click “Authorize app”
  3. You should see your Twitter profile photo on left, click “Add the Twibbon to Twitter”
  4. You’re all set!


  1. Click “Add to Facebook”
  2. You should see your Facebook profile photo on left, click “Create Twibbon for Facebook”
  3. Click “Create Twibbon for Facebook”
  4. Your profile photo with #ThankACaregiver should appear on the left
  5. Click “Download Image”
  6. Locate where you have downloaded the image, typically in a folder called “Downloads”
  7. Upload your Twibbon image as your new profile photo to Facebook
  8. You’re all set!

Thank you for joining our celebration for family caregivers this month, and if you see a caregiver on social media or in person, remember to thank them for all they do.


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