How Partners on the Path Helps
What can Partners on the Path do for you?
As a leader, you know that employees are your organization’s most important asset. Through their commitment, creativity and contributions you achieve results. The resources, salary and benefits you provide repay employees for all they do and enable them to do their best.
When valued employees become unproductive or unhealthy, distracted or depleted by caregiving, when they come to you in distress, what can you offer them? Let us help you help your caregiving employees.
Demonstrate your commitment to their well-being and that of your organization with research-based, practical self-care guidance from Partners on the Path. Offer our resources as part of your benefits menu to help individuals:
- 1. Recognize how caregiver stress affects personal health and workplace productivity
- 2. Develop active coping skills and problem solving strategies
When your employee caregivers learn to care for themselves as they care for others, they retain their work-life balance, workplace productivity and their capacity to care.
What can Partners on the Path do for caregivers in your organization?At Partners on the Path, we have decades of experience working in organizations, caring for our own loved ones and supporting other caregivers. We know the toll caregiving takes on individuals and organizations. Let us help your employees with our on-line, in-print or in-class programs and materials that are formatted in two different ways to meet the needs of either professional or family caregivers. We have created:
- 1. Self-assessments: Questionnaires that help family caregivers judge the impact of caregiving on their life. For professionals, we have obtained copyright permission to use the highly regarded Professional Quality of Life Scale.
- 2. Self-care guidance: The 7C’s of Self-Care, our research-based, trademarked approach to caring for yourself as you care for others.
- 3. Self-care activities: Activities, checklists, discussion guides and self-reflection questions to help evaluate and ease caregiver stress.
- 4. Caregiver resources: A vetted list of valuable references available on-line and in-print from popular or professional sources.
- 5. Caregiver communities: On-line connections with supportive experts and other caregivers, who understand and want to help.
Thank you for the opportunity to describe our services. We hope to earn your trust and repay the time you have invested by providing high-quality, cost-effective resources that are unique, helpful and easy to use.
Contact us to see how your small investment in caregiver support will yield positive returns in the health and productivity of your employees and organization.