For Employers

Empower your employees.

The caring support employees seek.

WHY GRAYCE MATTERS

Demand for caregiving support is on the rise.

Whether for loved ones or themselves, virtually every employee is caring for someone.

76%+

of employees are caregivers now

50%

of employees expect to be a caregiver within 5 years

80%

report caregiving affects their productivity at work

75%

of employees believe employers should support caregiving more

52%

of candidates would take a job if the employer offered more care support

74%

of caregivers & non-caregivers would stay longer if offered more care support

76%+

of employees are caregivers now

50%

of employees expect to be a caregiver within 5 years

80%

report caregiving affects their productivity at work

75%

of employees believe employers should support caregiving more

52%

of candidates would take a job if the employer offered more care support

74%

of employees are caregivers now

HOW GRAYCE WORKS

Caregiving affects everyone, give your employees a solution they can trust

Grayce is the only global care empowerment solution with personalized care journeys, 1:1 expert guidance, content, community, and resources.

Get matched to dedicated 1:1 expert support

Create a care plan with help every step of the way

Receive concierge services and emotional support

Personalized resources and peer network

Who Grayce Helps

Grayce supports families across the globe.

We have dedicated experts who support families from near and far across 6 continents.

And supports the full spectrum of care needs.

Everybody needs someone. With individualized care journeys we help your employees support everyone that needs them.

The Grayce Approach

Addressing the greatest needs

Grayce is the only solution that addresses the top caregiving stressors.

Emotional stress

“Am I doing a good job?”
“Is this normal?”
“I can’t do this anymore!”

Time and logistical intensity

“What are the best options?”
“What’s best for my family?”
“Can someone do this for me?”

Knowing what to do

“What do I need to do?”
“How do I do this?”
“I need help doing that.”

Financial burden

“How will I afford care?”
“What subsidy programs are available to me?”