Schedule a Lunch and Learn: Connect with subject-matter experts and members of the caregiving team who will provide learning material in a web-based training environment, help you navigate resources and discuss frequently asked questions about caregiving and work. Contact AskCaregiving@aarp.org for more information.
Request a Speaker: If you’d like AARP to present on topics related to working family caregivers, take advantage of our free tools and resources, or discuss strategies in which an employer or Human Resource professional can support working family caregivers while remaining competitive in today’s workforce, email AskCaregiving@aarp.org to request.
Play the Do You Care Challenge: Virtually experience a day in the life of someone who is caring for a loved one. You will walk away with a better understanding of the joys and challenges of family caregiving and be better prepared to offer support to a friend, family member or colleague in this situation. Play the challenge.
Take the AARP Employer Pledge: Are you an employer interested in signing the AARP Employer Pledge? Sign the Pledge, and contact AARP for more details.
Download or Order Copies of Prepare to Care: AARP’s Caregiving Planning Guide for Families are available in English, Spanish and Chinese. There are also versions specifically tailored to Asian American, LGBT and Veteran and Military families. Share them with your employees.
Download: AARP Caregiving Financial Workbook: A Practical Guide Focused on Health, Housing, and Money for Family Caregivers helps family caregivers get organized financially. Each set of worksheets is designed for caregivers to capture the essential information they need to manage the complex responsibilities of caregiving. There is also a workbook available specific to Veteran and Military Family Caregivers.
Supporting Working Caregivers: Case Studies of Promising Practices
Case studies from the for-profit and non-profit worlds highlighting practices employers are using to support working family caregivers.
Breaking New Ground: Supporting Employed Family Caregivers with Workplace Leave Policies
Recent report from the AARP Public Policy Institute shows the value of paid family leave as a “caregiver friendly” policy.
Determining the Return on Investment: Supportive Policies for Employee Caregivers
Report finds that businesses offering flextime and telecommuting schedules saw a ROI between $1.70-$4.45 for every dollar invested.
Caregiving While Working: What to Know About Employee Benefits and the Law
Many caregivers report health problems, depression and lower productivity at work. Learn how to find workplace solutions and build a support network.
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