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Transitioning Parents

Baby boomers are increasingly challenged when they become caregivers for elderly parents. According to the AARP Policy Institute, the number of workers with eldercare responsibilities is on the rise, and can reduce employee productivity by 18.5%.

From downsizing the family home to helping parents transition to smaller or more supportive environments, professional guidance can alleviate a lot of that stress and help employees maintain work focus and productivity.

 
1 BenefitsPro.com, Jessie Campbell, Elder care benefits: A growing need for the U.S. workforce, May 14, 2019


Education

  • Recommended resources for difficult family conversations
  • Supportive living options that offer more than ever before
  • Organizing and de-cluttering for a safer environment or possible home sale

Real Estate Services

  • Confidential employee consultations about needs & goals for elderly parents
  • Free, no-obligation market evaluation of a family home
  • Education & guidance on selling a home
  • Free consultation with a certified home organizer & organizing services at a discounted rate
  • Assistance engaging qualified home repair/remediation contractors
  • Premium listing service of 6% discounted to 4.8%
  • Individualized client care at every step

An estimated 61% of family caregivers of adults age 50 & older are currently employed either full-time (50%) or part-time (11%).


42% of U.S. workers have provided care for an aging relative or friend in the past 5 years. 49% of the workforce expects to be providing eldercare in the coming 5 years.


Nearly 7 out of 10 caregivers report arriving late / leaving early or taking time off, cutting back on work hours, changing jobs, or stopping work entirely.

 

 
2 National Alliance for Caregiving (NAC) and AARP, Caregiving in the U.S. 2009 (Bethesda, MD: NAC, and Washington, DC: AARP, November 2009). Funded by the MetLife Foundation.
3 K. Aumann, E. Galinsky, K. Sakai, M. Brown, and J. T. Bond, The Elder Care Study: Everyday Realities and Wishes for Change (New York, NY: Families and Work Institute, October 2010).
4 National Alliance for Caregiving and AARP, Caregiving in the U.S. 2009

What if you could offer a competitive benefit that supports workers of any age and experience level and doesn’t cost you
anything?

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