It took me days to research and arrange care for Dad!
I’ll have to call in sick so I can take Mom to the doctor.
With my dad in palliative care, I can’t concentrate at work…
Workplace productivity takes a backseat when staff members are dealing with elder care issues. Human Resources departments report absenteeism and distraction; staff say that elder care is as big an issue as child care, and an emerging consideration for work-life balance.
Employers are recognizing the need and including elder care services in their Employee Assistance (EAP) programs.
ElderCareCanada has offered on-site seminars for 10 years at major banks, trusts, government department and utilities:
ElderCareCanada 101 Lunch & Learn
We also provide telephone coaching for employees:
ElderCareCanada 101 Advice Line
ElderCareCanada is often retained by Human Resources departments as an EAP service to offer elder care consultations to their employees.
Custom-designed webinars consisting of daily 2-hour modules on eldercare issues, specific to the client’s provincial practices and regulations, were developed and delivered via internet to a major provincial utility.
Pat Irwin of ElderCareCanada is a Professor of Distance Learning, has developed and teaches several courses in the Retirement Communities Management Certificate (RCMC) program and is active in promoting the RCMC as a professional designation for the industry.