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Business and Employer Resources

ElderWise delivers comprehensive, cost-effective tools  and support for businesses and other organizations. We can help you minimize the absenteeism and lost productivity when key employees must focus energy on their concerns about aging family members.  

If your business or professional practice serves seniors and their families, ElderWise can help you to serve them with competence, understanding and insight.

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If you are unsure about the issues concerning aging, and how they might affect you and your team, then download our free quick quiz. and start gaining some insights.

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Workplace Programs 

ElderWise Coaching 

Our coaching can help your key managers recognize and respond to team members who have concerns about aging family members. Supporting your employees pays dividends in improved productivity and encourages retention and loyalty.


  • SMART Moves for Seniors TM
  • Age-Denying, Age-Defying
  • The "Not-So-Empty" Nest 
  •     Your Aging Parents 
  •     Juggling Elder Care and Job Demands

Please contact us to arrange a presentation tailored to your group. 

Enjoy the competitive edge of being a company that is "elder-wise"!

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The Sandwich Generation

Why should a workplace look at issues concerning aging families?

Statistics Canada recently reported that  1.7 million mid-life adults, age 45 - 64, are providing elder care to 2.3 million seniors.  The majority of these boomers are working full-time, while trying to support aging parents or in-laws.

Employers who offer support can reduce their workers' stress, absenteeism, and improve productivity.

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