Tips For Caregivers and Elder Leave
Our friends at Wiser Women (Womens’ Institute for a Secure Retirement) have offered up another basket of interesting articles.
By the way, Wiser Women is celebrating its 20th Anniversary! As their website proclaimed: “Together we have helped women across the country access the information, tools and resources they need to achieve greater financial independence, security and dignity in retirement.”
One of the many articles from the website that may interest my readers: The Real Life Golden Girls Scenario: Over 65 and Working (via Market Watch). According to some statistics – Over 15% of women 65 plus were working in 2015…” – a dramatic increase from prior generations’”
Another article: 7 Money Tips for Caregivers (via WiserPiggy) offers advice to help families who are caring for a loved one.
There is also an article about innovative “elder care leave” programs as part of the more traditional “family leave” programs. According to the article: Deloitte is one of the companies to incorporate elder leave (family leave for those taking care of an aging loved one) as part of its family leave programs.
Will this trend catch on and offer relief to the “sandwich generation”?
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