Caregivers Alberta

Jerry Forbes Centre

12122 68 Street NW

Edmonton, AB T5B 1R1

www.caregiversalberta.ca

780-453-5088 | 1-877-453-5088

office@caregiversalberta.ca

 

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Caregivers make up 1/3 of your workforce.

It's time to make a change.

Presentations & Training

Need assistance in supporting your caregiving employees? We offer presentations on common caregiving challenges and resources available to caregivers. In this introduction to caregiving, we will provide training for managers and HR staff in the workplace on how they can support their employees, including discussion of best practices and policies.

The Business Case

Supporting caregivers at work makes good business sense. As the Canadian population ages, a greater proportion of the workforce will have significant responsibilities for providing care. Supporting caregiving employees can reduce sick leave, increase productivity, produce cost savings and more!

Toolkits & Information Guides

Not sure where to start? Check out our collection of toolkits and information guides from various agencies and Government programs. These toolkits provide useful information for both employed caregivers navigating their caregiving journey and to employers and managers who employ them. 

Video Library

The Work & Care Video Library features videos of individuals who have struggled with balancing work with their caregiving responsibilities. It also features commentary from experts in the caregiving field. 

Work and Care