Addison can provide caregivers with education and help you free up time, so you don’t end up feeling isolated, overwhelmed, or depressed. Addison can help you maintain an income and pursue opportunities by allowing you to be in two places at once.
AARP estimates that U.S. businesses lose an estimated $33.6 billion each year in productivity from caregiver disruptions. Over 30 billion hours of informal caregiving occur in the U.S. each year. Some reports estimate that 40% of caregivers caring for patients with severe cognitive decline die before the patients, mainly from stress-related illnesses attributed to the pressure of caregiving.
Addison can carry some of that burden. Designed to help you as much as a loved one, Addison, by comparison, is affordable, convenient, uplifting, and a significant asset for your wellbeing as well as the care of loved ones. If you’re the patient and you’re feeling a burden, recommend Addison to your family caregiver, and you’ll both be ecstatic that you did.