REUNIONCare proudly announces our new engagement as lead organization for the AARP Caregiver Accelerator program. The Caregiver Accelerator’s mission is to seek out and nurture innovative companies in the caregiving space.Read More
The Boy Scouts motto “Be Prepared” applies to all this summer. Especially caregivers who are planning for multiple people simultaneously.Read More
Accenture said we waste $12 Billion on poor health system communications. Ponemon Institute, June 2014 said it’s $11 Billion wasted that results in delayed or missed care. All of these eye popping price tag speak to the same issue. We need better ways to get the right information to the right person at the right time.Read More
There are two certainties in life. Death and Taxes. It is the uncertainties that are causing Americans so much insidious distress. Top on the list for Baby Boomer aged Americans are the cost and consequences of caregiving.Read More
First step, locate a mirror.
Second step, look in the mirror.
Third step, say hello to someone who needs a caregiver or is a caregiver.Read More
Caregiving is physically, mentally and emotionally draining at different points in this journey. One of the most frightening tasks interviewing and selecting the right personal care employee for your situation.Read More
Before we store our party hats and noise makers, we want to celebrate with you. Raise your glass as we wish you a happy and healthy 2016. Our staff is filled with caregivers and healthcare professionals living daily with the same issues as you, so join us in committing to these goals for 2016.Read More
I will be the first to admit there is a priceless value of family caregiving that enables loved ones to stay in the comfort of home. AARP Public Policy calculated that the savings to our national treasury for all the unpaid family care in 2009 is $450 Billion which is greater than the national Medicaid budget.Read More
Due to the enormous financial impact that caregiver absenteeism, presenteeism and attrition places on the bottom line, this is an issue that needs recognition at every level of corporate management. The corporate culture and existing eldercare programs must be reevaluated and replaced with a more caregiver-tolerant corporate mind set and supportive programs that are meaningful and effective.Read More