Studies show employees dealing with caregiving have a direct impact on productivity and healthcare costs. Employees balancing care at home while working also impact their own healthcare costs. Fortunately, solutions to reduce the impact of care exist. Making employees and their families aware of resources makes all the difference.
Financing future care is also a challenge. The long-term care insurance landscape has changed dramatically over the past decade. There are more options today on how to finance a future care event as Medicaid becomes stricter for long-term care needs. One product does not fit everyone!
Join presenters Kay Nobles, Regional Sales Consultant, and Kevin Sypniewski, President and CEO, with AssistGuide Information Services on Wednesday, March 11 to learn more about long-term care and caregiver wellness.
Sypniewski founded the AGIS in 1998 to meet caregiving challenges by exchanging caregiving information, insurance benefits and services to help individuals, employers, government agencies, and service providers.
Employers find AGIS’s free tools, including their new Caregiving Exchange, simplify and enrich the lives of older adults and their families by uniting eldercare education with access to local, regional and national support services.
In addition to caregiving support, AGIS Network is one of the largest employer-based long-term care insurance distributors in the country, AGIS places more worksite long-term care insurance than some leading carriers.
SLAHU members can register for $20. Non-members are $40. Prices go up $10 at the door.Register Now