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ComPsych® GuidanceTalksSM Webinar Series: Caring for the Caregiver Part 1: Caring for Adult Loved Ones

16 Jul 2024
10:00am - 11:00am PDT

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Caring for the Caregiver Part 1: Caring for Adult Loved Ones


Tuesday, July 16
10:00AM PST / 1:00 PM EST

By 2030 all Baby Boomers will be 65 and older and according to the AARP, we are headed for a “silver tsunami,” which will also result in a caregiver tsunami. Today, nearly 6 in 10 American workers struggle to balance work and their caregiving responsibilities for an adult loved one.

According to a 2023 survey by Employee Benefit Research Institute, the same percentage of employees do not feel financially prepared for being unable to work while they provide care.

As we consider these numbers, it is important for organizations to consider who is caring for the caregiver.

In part one of our two-part series on caregiving, ComPsych Clinical Director Dr. Jennifer Birdsall will discuss common work-life challenges for working caregivers of adult loved ones (family members, friends, and neighbors), identify and share organizational benefits of supporting caregivers in the workplace, and highlight impactful well-being services that can support working caregivers.

Have a question or topic you would like us to cover during this or a future session? Please send to webinars@compsych.com.

For those employed, please check with your HR Manager if your company offers an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for support.

For those who do not have an EAP program, we invite you to learn more about the WOTVS EAP Program, a new offering for Corporate Members. You can learn more about this unique program here.

 

Please register in advance to this event. 

 

This is an external event from Women of the Vine & Spirits

16 Jul 2024
10:00am - 11:00am PDT

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