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It's hard to work when you're taking care of someone else.

We have all the caregiver resources and tools you or your employees need to save time, stress and money.

Caregiver needs are growing.

Learn how Prosper can help.

20 M

An estimated 53 million Americans give uncompensated care to a loved one.

70 %

More than 80% of employees who provide care acknowledge that it affects their productivity at work.

$ 2 B

Employees cost employers
$33.6 billion more annually in lost productivity because of added caregiver stress.

Data above is from Family Caregiver Alliance and AARP research.

Caregiving doesn’t have to be overwhelming.

Prosper Caregiving Coordination offers services for managing bills, organizing legal and financial documents, housing and health care. We’re committed to personal service and your peace of mind.

Legal & Financial

Without the right documents, you may not be able to honor your loved one’s financial and health care wishes.

Housing & Transition

Prosper helps caregivers find resources to ease the transitions in housing and health care.

Caregiving Resources

Caring for someone who can no longer manage can feel overwhelming. These resources help.

No one should go through this alone.

Mike Shaft, president of Prosper, knows caregiving duties are emotionally and financially challenging for both employees and employers. His firsthand experience in caregiving led to the creation of Prosper – and a commitment to helping ease these burdens for others.

Caregiver stories

Families explain what they did right, and what they regret not doing

Prosper guides help navigate issues as they arise, offer step-by-step tips to ease your journey

Planning ahead eases burdens of caregiving

Caregivers say being proactive is great — if that option exists. Typically, caregivers don’t have warning their lives are about to change.

Daughter unable to manage mom’s care

Some caregivers learn the hard way that they can’t legally help their loved one unless proper documents are in place.

Gentle conversations protect dignity and independence

Caregivers and their loved ones find that that autonomy doesn’t go out the window as assistance comes in.