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Working with industry experts and employers, Caring for Nancy has created solutions to help you play a role in preparing your employees for the realities they face while caregiving. Below is a list of our program sessions that you can choose from for your employees. Each program is approximately 1 hour.
Choosing Programs for your Employees
Caring for Nancy will partner with you to uncover which topics will most benefit your employees and customize those programs accordingly. We will customize a solution, tailored to your employees' needs and your organizational budget. From there you can chose on-site events, such as a lunch-and-learn and/or special speakers.
- Step 1: Assess the needs of employees through leadership meetings, surveys, or focus groups.
- Step 2: Recommend the Caregiver Education Program(s) that best fit those needs and why.
No matter which program you select, your employees walk away with:
Did you know?
Caregiving Spills Into an Employee's Worklife
1 IN 6 Americans who work full or part-time help care for a loved one. Gallup-Healthways. (2011). Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index.
Those working +15 hours per week report caregiving significantly impacts work life. Gallup-Healthways. (2011). Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index.
70% of full-time caregivers suffer work-related difficulties due to their dual roles. Caregiver Statistics: Work and Caregiving. Family Caregiver Alliance.
The National Alliance for Caregiving estimates the cost to employers due to lost productivity of employee caregivers is as high as $34 billion.
6 out of 10 caregivers experience at least one change in employment because of caregiving, including reduced work hours, a leave of absence, or a warning about performance or attendance. 6 Gallup, Inc., More than One in Six American Workers Also Act as Caregivers. Gallup-Healthways WellBeing Index (July 2011).
The caregiver support ratio will start to plummet when the first baby boomers turn 80. In 2030, only 4 potential family caregivers to support 1 elder vs.
7 to 1 in 2010. AARP, Redfoot, Feinberg, Houser, Public Policy Institute, August 2013, "The Aging of the Baby Boom and the Growing Care Gap."