How Human Resources Managers can help working family caregivers
DENVER, Sept. 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- -- - May 15, 1922 -- May 25, 2022 . Caregivers hold down full-time jobs and juggle tasks to help aging parents with extended periods of time and other time-consuming tasks. Add to this number millions of adults who help parents and don't realize they're acting as a caregiver.
Being a caregiver takes responsibilities.
Caregiving's impact on career, personal health, finances, family relationships and marriage is significant and underreported. According to Pamela D Wilson, a national caregiving expert, caregiver expert.
Many caregivers are waiting for help until family care situations get worse. The importance of making a plan for the care of parents before the choices become limited by health and other constraints is lacking.
Caregiver Support isn't working in the workplace.
As a result of the increasing number of caregivers, it is difficult for HR managers to identify and provide support for the aging parents. The primary reason for these benefits is child care and related programs. Programs are less common to give the education and the support of aging parents.
How does it happen to be a caregiver?
The phone is called at midnight. Adult children fly across the country to rescue those elderly parents who have a heart attack, stroke or hip fracture.
Children who are doing grocery shopping or errands soon begin to take care of their medical care and attend doctor appointments. As far as caring for elderly parents can feel overwhelming for caregivers who worry about what might happen next.
What support do the caregivers need?
Caregivers burning the candle at both ends struggle to succeed in remaining employed and trying to help older parents. Busy caregivers don't have time to identify trustworthy resources and information.
The needs of caregivers vary according to the situation, and focus on three primary concerns: who will provide care, where will care be provided, if not how. Secondarily navigating the healthcare system, managing hospitalizations, determining care communities, in-home care support programs, and becoming aware of related services are other areas of benefit.
Wilson creates programs for families, groups and corporations that address topics raised in employee surveys or other avenues of communication. Her down-to-earth style puts audiences at ease when discussing very personal and emotional situations.
Pamela D Wilson offers Caregivers unique experience and proven advice.
Wilson's experience as a direct care provider for more than 20 years, enables her to be regarded as an advocate, eldercare consultant and educator. She can discuss and answer questions about all aspects of caregiving, including family dynamics, care refusals by parents, expenses, community services, health and wellness concerns, management, dementia, legal planning and end of life care.
More about Wilson's webinar courses, elder care consultations, caregiver speaking engagements on-site and virtual, and brand collaborations are on her website www.pameladwilson.com. Pamela can be reached at +1 303-810-1816 or via the contact me page on her website.
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