Webinar | 11/19/20

Caregiver INSIGHT Study: How to Address Caregiver Needs

Caregivers hold the key to influencing the decisions for their loved one. In this study, funded by Guidewell as part of the Caring for Caregivers Health Innovation Challenge and fielded in partnership with Caregiver Action Network, we measured the impact of a robust program of caregiver support on family caregivers’ stress, burnout, feelings of isolation, general wellbeing, and confidence in their ability to care for their loved ones.

This study is exactly the type of evidence that the research landscape has always needed.  We’re finally able to demonstrate in research ways that these supports make a huge difference.  I cannot underscore enough how important that is.

John Schall

Measurable impact on caregiver confidence

Caregivers often find themselves in uncharged territory with unfamiliar tasks, decisions and circumstances. Participants in Carallel’s personalized support program identified multiple benefits, including:

  • Feeling like they had critical help handling caregiving
  • Feeling more confident they were effectively caring for their loved one
  • Having fewer days feeling they were in “crisis mode”

Featured Experts

John Schall CEO, Caregiver Action Network

As CEO of Caregiver Action Network, the nation’s leading non-profit serving family caregivers, John is a public policy and communications leader with noted expertise in a wide range of policy fields.

Hillary Ebach

Hillary is a co-founder and COO of Carallel. Having worked in several executive roles and served as a family caregiver for her aging parents, Hillary helps lead Carallel while ensuring its operations remain on mission.

Contact Carallel to learn more today.

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