Webinar | The Next Generation of Support for Working Caregivers

As caregiving continues to be a top priority for many organizations in 2023, it’s become clear that the traditional approach to supporting working caregivers is in need of innovation. While popular point solutions like backup care and 1-1 coaching were successful in bringing caregiving to the forefront, they aren’t comprehensive enough to meet the needs of today’s families or employers.

Today’s support solutions must be truly inclusive of every employee- regardless of age, life stage, care condition, or culture. By investing in platforms that prioritize inclusivity, scalability, and cost-effectiveness, employers will be better equipped to meet the needs of the increasing number of employees who are facing caregiving situations.

 

Watch this webinar, hosted in partnership with EBN.

 

Key Takeaways:
  • What caregiving solutions should look like in order to effectively support today’s working family caregivers
  • Why leveraging both technology and human navigation leads to higher engagement and utilization
  • The impact of innovative solutions built to encourage and enable proactive support vs more reactive point solutions

A new model of support designed for working family caregivers

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