Corporate America and Alzheimer's

Approximately 43.5 million Alzheimer’s Disease caregivers are currently in the United States. Whether you are a service provider or an employer, being aware of Alzheimer’s Disease has heightened in American Society. Businesses and business owners will begin to encounter Alzheimer’s patients and their caregivers. According to the projected number of individuals that will be diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease, business owners and employers would benefit from training on Alzheimer’s Disease. Caregivers sometimes deny themselves an outing to their favorite restaurant, movie theater and family vacations if they want to bring a family member with Alzheimer’s Disease. Caregivers and their loved ones will feel more comfortable knowing that your business has been trained and certified.  Knowing that a business is trained and capable will more than likely put these families at ease. 

Corporate America and Alzheimer's

  • What is the cost of absenteeism from full time workers who are caregivers at your company?
  • What is the cost for absenteeism from part time loss?
  • How does a company retain full time and part time workers that are caregivers to Alzheimer’s patients?
  • Has your business estimated the value of lost career opportunities to workers who are caregivers?
  • Replacement costs for caregivers leaving the firm.
  • How to identify an employee with Alzheimer’s Disease.
  • How to service customers than may have Alzheimer’s disease/and their caregivers.
  • Many people with AD cannot take care of their toileting alone. Does your business have family bathrooms?

Alzheimer's Training

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