What if the caregiver doesn’t show up?
Over the coming years, that’s going to become more and more likely.
Every day, another 10,000 or so Baby Boomers turn 65, and 70% of them will need long-term care in their lifetimes. By 2040, the number of Americans 85 or older is projected to reach 14.4 million. And according to an AARP report, three out of four of them want to age at home.
As a result, caregiving will become the country’s largest occupation, with 4.6 million job openings.
But while the number of job openings is going up, the number of people to fill them is going down. If, as Woody Allen once said, 80% of success is showing up, senior caregiving in the coming years will be much less successful.
Between now and 2031, the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that 619,300 home health and personal care aides will drop out of the labor force. Per year. Totaling almost 50 million dropouts over the coming eight years.
That’s why, over the coming years, our Guarantee of Care can make a big difference:
We guarantee someone will always be there.
We guarantee that support will be just a phone call away, available around the clock – day or night, weekdays, weekends, or holidays – to provide assistance.
We guarantee that this support will be consistent. We strive to ensure continuity of care by assigning the same caregivers whenever possible. That way, our caregivers develop meaningful connections, establish rapport, and promote familiarity and trust – all of which enhance overall care quality and increase the level of comfort.
Finally, we guarantee that we’ll never regard your and your family’s needs as static. First, we’ll work closely with you and your family to develop a personalized care plan reflecting your preferences, health requirements, and individual goals. Then, our care coordinators will regularly assess and update the plan to keep it aligned with your evolving circumstances.
Please contact us to lean more. Whatever questions you may have, we guarantee you honest, objective answers.