According to a survey by AARP, 83% of caregivers report feeling good about the care they provide and find it to be a rewarding experience.
Reference: AARP, "Caregiving in the U.S. 2020"
of caregivers believe that making a difference in the lives of their clients is the most important aspect of their job
Caregiving can help caregivers maintain physical activity and prevent social isolation, which can have positive impacts on their overall health and well-being.
Reference: American Psychological Association, "The health effects of caregiving"
of caregivers appreciate the flexibility offered on the job
Research has shown that caregiving can lead to personal growth and resilience, as caregivers develop new skills and coping mechanisms to manage the challenges of caregiving.
Reference: National Institute on Aging, "Caregiving"
of our caregivers selected 8 (10 point scale) in recommending working there to a friend