The following information is available online for both employers and employees.
The first section contains links to information for employers to learn more about the needs of caregiving employees and supports for businesses.
The next section, relevant for both employers and employees, includes links specific to learn more about dementia and general caregiving resources.
Businesses can include this information in employee handbooks or any other materials available to employees.
- The Caring Company: How employers can help employees manage their caregiving responsibilities—while reducing costs and increasing productivity
- Corporate America's Caregiver Crisis
- Supporting Caregivers in the Workplace: A Practical Guide for Employers
- A sample letter employers can use to provide information and resources to their employees.
- Aging and disability resource centers: Information about community resources, managing finances, legal and medical issues, and much more
- AARP Employer Resource Guide: Four Steps for Supporting Employees with Caregiving Responsibilities
- Governor's Task Force on Caregiving
- Employer Solutions for Family Caregivers
- Beyond The Workday: Finding Balance For The Working Caregiver Resource Guide For Employers
- What Every Employer Needs to Know: Helping Employees Balance Work and Eldercare
- Supporting Employees with Eldercare Needs: What Employers Can Do
- Creating a Supportive Environment: Getting Started
- U.S. Department of Labor: Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- Wisconsin’s FMLA Law
Resources to Share with Employees
Family caregivers can find additional resources and information at Resources for Dementia and Family Caregiving.