Earlier this month, Stephen was interviewed by mmLearn.org (part of Morningside Ministries) as part of their Expert Interview series and they talked about the business of caregiving.
“Caregiving might be described as “the business of caring,” but it is a business nonetheless. Both sides of this equation need to be balanced for a caregiver to be as successful as possible. After all, how useful can we really be, as caregivers, if we’re constantly overworked or desperately hunting for new clients?
Mastering the business side of caregiving is going to become more and more essential as time goes on. The number of long-term care recipients is expected to double by the year 2050, as reported by the Family Caregiving Alliance. We must begin focusing on the business side now, as well as the caregiving, to survive the transition.
We recently checked in with Stephen Tweed of Leading Home Care to learn more about how caregivers should be managing their businesses.”