ELDER CARE

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Answer a Growing Threat to Performance

Twenty percent of your employees are quietly caring for elders, managing the equivalent of an additional full-time job. Support every aspect of their elder caregiving journey, and in turn reduce absences, improve performance, and free people to support your business goals.

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Why Elder Care

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Surging Demand

Twenty million people become elder caregivers each year

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Long-term Impacts

Employees spend an average of four years caring for an aging loved one

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Career Conflicts

70% of caregivers will scale back careers to provide care

Complete Support for Elder Caregivers

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Access to Essential Tools

Bright Horizons Elder Care guides employees through this complex, time-consuming, and emotional responsibility, providing the real help they need. One platform provides access to key services, from advice to in-home care. Plus, unique online tools simplify management, putting order to complex tasks that often arrive without warning. Our care platform enables employees to:

  • Confidentially document, store, and easily reference a care recipient’s health history and care plan
  • Track and manage appointments, medicine dosages, exercise regimens, and other caregiving duties  
  • Share information, communicate, and stay in sync with family, in-home aides, and other members of the care team
  • Communicate with their Care Coach and share files and information
  • Reserve vetted in-home caregivers through Bright Horizons Back-Up Care (if service is available)
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Personalized Guidance

Impartial, experienced Care Coaches restore peace of mind, providing advice for all stages of the unpredictable elder care journey. Look to Care Coaches for:

  • Phone consultations and family conference calls to create and manage a workable care plan
  • Research and information across any type of elder care category, including Medicare
  • Critical advice for current needs and recommended resources for long-term arrangements
  • Assistance with understanding and filling out complex paperwork
  • Referrals to financial and legal professionals for no-cost consultations and in-depth advice on estate planning, wills, trusts, power of attorney, and other key tasks
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On-Site Assessments

No-cost, in-home evaluations by certified Aging Life Care Professionals assess current elder living environments and make recommendations for evolving needs.

  • Interviews with adults/elders and their caregivers
  • Holistic assessment of care recipient’s physical and mental health
  • Customized strategies for addressing declining mobility or cognitive function
  • Follow-up care plan coordinated with Care Coach
  • Proposed modifications for the ongoing safety and well-being of the care recipient
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Elder Care Resources

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Get in Touch

Or call us to start the conversation 800-453-9383