Senior Care Planning

Certified, Masters‐level social workers work one‐on‐one with employees and their families to provide ongoing, personalized guidance and support.

Senior care can take a tremendous toll on workers ‐ financially and emotionally. Caring for an ill or aging parent, grandparent, or loved one is a difficult (usually unpaid) second job. More and more, it affects Millennials, who will soon surpass Baby Boomers as America's largest adult population.

No two senior care situations are alike. Neither are the solutions. That's why all of our Senior Care Advisors are fully‐trained, certified, Masters‐level social workers. They take a proactive, personalized, human approach to senior care planning based on employees' specific family needs. For example, Advisors can identify, match and vet third‐party organizations that provide senior care providers. They can also offer local referrals and education, information on how to pay for senior care (e.g., Medicare/Medicaid), and help with relocating a family member.Importantly, our senior care advisors are completely objective and offer only what they believe is best for the person or family they are helping. Unlike some 'advisors' in the senior care space, we never accept referral fees or placement fees when we recommend care options for your employees' loved ones.

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Help Employees Navigate Senior Care

What is America going to do about the growing need for senior care?

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America's Job of the Future

By 2026, in‐home senior care will create more than a million new jobs in the U.S. Our YouTube Learning playlist explores topics to help prepare workers for a career in the field.

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Caring When They Never Cared for You

How do adult children overcome burden of caring for a neglectful or abusive aging parent? There are places to turn for help when the decision feels impossible to face.

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The Hidden Costs of Alzheimer's Disease

Nearly half of all family caregivers who help older adults are caring for someone with Alzheimer's or dementia. The burden they bear is heavy — emotionally and financially.

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Senior Sense Blog

Browse all of our resources created specifically around senior care planning.

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Getting Siblings on the Same Page

When siblings share the caregiving for an aging parent, will it be welfare or warfare?

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