WELLBEING

CAREGIVERS

Caregivers make up around 39% of working population. Nearly half of them look after an elderly parent, often when they are still caring for their own children.

WELLBEING

CAREGIVERS

Caregivers make up around 39% of working population. Nearly half of them look after an elderly parent, often when they are still caring for their own children.

Lifeed Caregivers

The Sandwich Generation

Many caregivers are caught up in the Sandwich Generation, caring for both their children and parents. As work and life expectations increase, people experience more transitions and their roles continue to overlap.

This results in stress, tiredness, guilt and fear of not being able to pull through. That’s why over 50% of working caregivers don’t talk about their experiences or ask for help.

For those who care

The program offers people space to reflect and become more aware of the growth process they are going through. They can draw strength from the community of caregivers, where they talk about the most challenging key themes and share practical advice each day.

Knowing about and regonizing their own vulnerability lowers stress levels.

For companies

Companies that offer Lifeed Caregivers receive important information about their lifecycles and resources available to them. They are able to support their people’s personal development as they experience intense life phases.

Framed by recognition and acceptance, it’s easier to learn certain caring skills and qualities that are essential in the workplace too. These include listening, attentiveness, collating new information and knowing how to delegate and create alliances. All these elements can create a more widespread, attentive and caring leadership style.

Learn more about Lifeed Caregivers

CARE IS A HUMAN PRIMAL INSTINCT. THE COMPANY IS A COMMUNITY OF PEOPLE. THAT’S WHY KNOWING AND WELCOMING THEIR CARE EXPERIENCES CAN DO SO MUCH GOOD.