Season 3, Episode 5: Easing the Caregiver Crisis for Employees
Work doesn’t end at the office: Employees may also be struggling to care for aging relatives at home. There’s an impending crisis in caregiving. By 2030, Baby Boomers will be older than 65, boosting the older population. How can employers offer resources to their workforce to assist in caring for parents or other relatives?
What happens when living at home feels overwhelming? How do you juggle work with bringing a relative to doctor’s appointments?
In this episode, we talk to Miriam Senft of Motivity Care, a company that helps families create caregiving plans.
Mike Stancil is president and CEO for the Pittsburgh Business Group on Health, where he previously served as chief operating officer. For the past decade, Mike has focused on human-centered approaches to healthcare, digital experiences, and project management. In his current role, he hopes to inspire employers to actively acknowledge their influence in the community and be a force for positive change. Mike earned his master’s degree from The George Washington University.