The companies that win in our space will embrace the community, rather than the individual, as client.
What changes did you see in products or services being offered to family caregivers? What did you notice that gave you pause?
We’re transforming the caregiving experience into one that gives us a business, a book, a podcast, a perspective, better health, a meaningful future.
When we care for a family member, we struggle to share honestly about our experiences. We need a caregiving specialist.
So many of us will be adding our voice to the conversation that we’ll elevate the conversation to a new decibel.
I’m in the caregiving space, which isn’t about an age or a gender or an ethnicity. It includes everyone and is about everyone.
Family caregivers are everywhere. When we put out products and services that speak to them, they’ll self-identify.
The Godspeed Caregiver is the book author, the volunteer extraordinaire, the entrepreneur. The trend to turn that personal caregiving experience into a career has never been greater than now and was on full display at NCC18.
The movement is organizing and moving forward at a grass-roots level because of former family caregivers, those who have enough perspective and healing to put emotion into action to change the experience of those currently caring for a family member.
Women are using their caregiving experience to step up, stand out and share their stories as professional, successful entrepreneurs. They truly reflected this year’s conference theme — finding our best during a time that feels like the worst.