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Jb eap presentation sept 2010 final[1]
 

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The Sandwich Generation is costing U.S. Businesses $17.1 Billion to $33.6 Billion per year in productivity for caregivers who take time from their work responsibilities to provide care

The Sandwich Generation is costing U.S. Businesses $17.1 Billion to $33.6 Billion per year in productivity for caregivers who take time from their work responsibilities to provide care

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  • One contract covers the entire network of Cisco devices, and the cost simply depends on the type and complexity of devices, which is calculated automatically using the pricing tool. The pricing model is easy for customers to understand, easy to quote, and there is no price increase for small add-ons. New devices are automatically covered under the contract, and there’s no need to calculate for rebates and discounts.
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Jb eap presentation sept 2010 final[1] Jb eap presentation sept 2010 final[1] Presentation Transcript

  • Joseph Bensmihen, MSW, RG The Sandwich Generation: Concerns For Now
  • “ The Sandwich Generation is costing U.S. Businesses $17.1 Billion to $33.6 Billion per year in productivity for caregivers who take time from their work responsibilities to provide care” Source: The Hidden Cost of Caregiving, Metlife Mature Market Institute, August 2006 :
  • The Sandwich Generation Definition : Represents those who care not only for their own children but also act in a caregiver role for their own parent(s). Source: www.people.vcu.edu/~swharkin/swhpages/glossary.htm
  • Who is “The Sandwich Generation”? “ One out of every eight Americans, ages 40 to 60, is raising a child and caring for a parent at home. On top of that, seven to 10 million Americans are caring for their aging parents from a long distance away.” Source: http://pewresearch.org/assets/social/pdf/release120805.pdf “ It is estimated that American families provide 80 to 90 percent of all in-home long term care services for their aging family members, disabled adult children and other loved ones.” Source: http://www.caregiver.com/channels/rural/articles/sandwich_generation.htm
  • The Sandwich Generation … Is estimated to be 22% of the American population. Is generally between the ages of 40 and 60. Is a significant part of the workforce . Are generally family members. Is nearly one-third male .
  • Concerns of The Sandwich Generation Decline in financial markets Increase in cost of care Outliving their finances Lifespan: late 80’s and 90’s
  • The Normal Aging Process
    • Vision
    • • Hearing
    • • Reaction time
    • • Metabolism
    • • Taste buds
    • • Reflexes
    • • Memory
    • Cardio-Vascular
    • • Diabetes
    • • Parkinson’s
    • • Dementia
    • • Alzheimer’s
    • • Cancer
    • Falls and bone fractures
    At age 70, onset of… At age 65, risk of… Loss or decrease in …
    • With doctors
    • Home Care
    • Other geriatric professionals
    • Illnesses or hospitalization
    • Other emergencies
    • Financial Assistance
    • Hands on care
    • Transportation
    • Banking
    • Household
    Daily living… Coordinating & Managing… What does this mean in the terms of care giving?
  • HOW DOES THIS AFFECT YOUR CLIENTS’ EMPLOYEES?
  • Meet Bob…..
    • Bob, the accountant, lives in New York and lands his ideal job with one of your clients.
    • Bob’s mother – Beatrice - is 82.
    • Beatrice lives in Florida.
    • Bob is an only child.
  • Scenario #1 – Beatrice is self-sufficient
    • Beatrice drives to her Mahjong game every day.
    • One day, Beatrice gets into a car accident.
    • Beatrice is hospitalized in critical care.
    • Identify Geriatric Care Management companies
      • • Crisis Intervention
      • • Advocacy/Retention
    What does Bob do now? Services EAP can offer
  • Scenario #2 – Beatrice has serious health issues
    • Beatrice has been in the hospital for the past four months.
    • Prior to that, she was in and out of the hospital with various illnesses.
    • Bob flied to Florida to see Mom.
    • Identify Surrogate Family Member services
    • Provide assessment of medical situation
    • Oversee proper care
    • Provide necessary communication
    • Advocacy/Retention
    What does Bob do now? Services EAP can offer
  • Scenario #3 – Beatrice lives on her own, but is beginning to make poor decisions.
    • Beatrice is beginning to be forgetful, has more medical issues, and is no longer as self-sufficient.
    • Identify Geriatric Care Management companies
    • Meet with Beatrice and identify issues
    • Communicate with family
    • Become Surrogate Family Member
    • Address issues on families behalf
    • Refer to Eldercare Professional
    • Advocacy/Retention
    What does Bob do now? Services EAP can offer
  • How Do The Issues Facing The Sandwich Generation Affect Your Clients?
    • The American worker’s juggling of work, home, family and eldercare is adversely affecting their health, professional life and hammering small and big business’ profitability.
  • The annual cost of employees with elder care responsibilities to U.S. business according to MetLife Mature Market Institute are: $33.6B Absenteeism due to caring responsibilities Routine distractions & other loss of productivity costs Hiring and training new staff Dealing with crisis during work day $7B $16.3B $6.5B $3.8B
  • Implications of the Sandwich Generation on EAPs: Scalable to meet employer objectives Immediate need for E ldercare A ssistance P rograms Value added benefit
  • Examples of Services EAP can Provide
    • Referral list of network providers
      • Home Health Care companies
      • Geriatric Care Companies
      • Geriatric Care Managers
      • Local Agencies
      • Other Specific Organizations
  • Benefit to employees with access to Eldercare Assistance Programs:
    • Employee is empowered to speak with experienced professionals who can:
      • Assess the parent’s situation
      • Handle crisis locally
      • Get situation under control
      • Facilitate communications
      • Provide solutions
      • Save on Stress, Time and Resources
  • “ Rules of Thumb” for selecting an Elder Care Professional
    • License & Certifications
    • Experience and credentials of staff with regard to geriatrics
    • Availability of services especially for crisis intervention
    • Number of years in business and involvement in community
    • Network of related professionals
    • Fees and knowledge of Long Term Care Insurance policies
    • Services should include assessment, care plan and monitoring
    • References from clients and colleagues
  • Summary
    • Population is aging faster than ever
    • Next 10-15 years numbers soar as Baby Boomers grow old
    • Resources are decreasing
    • Families are providing more care for their loved ones than ever before
    • Elder Care is significant added stress to employees
    • Cost of lost productivity due to elder care is rising dramatically
    • Role of EAP to provide resources to employer and employee
  • “ THE ONLY DUMB QUESTION …. … . IS THE QUESTION NOT ASKED”