We enjoyed joining other large employers, thought leaders and
global experts, at the 19th Annual Employee Healthcare Conference
in San Diego and New York City.
Check out this short video, on “Stepping Outside the Health Plan to Support Developmental Disabilities”, where our Vice President and our clients, Oracleand Viacom discuss the increase in developmental disabilities, the impact this is having on their employee caregivers and how they have partnered with Rethink Benefits to address these challenges and support their employees the best way possible.
Proud to be
part of this summit this year. Come visit us at Booth 13 to see how
leading Fortune 100 companies and public sector, government, and non-profit
organizations choose Rethink to help remain employers of choice.
autism diagnosis at an all-time high and growing each year, employers need to
be aware of the stressful and costly effect that this can have on employees.
The following example is of a scenario we see often and where employees and
caregivers need help.
Employee caregivers of children with developmental disabilities such
as autism and ADHD are more likely to experience poor mental health related to
the stress and anxiety of balancing work and life. Check out the below
infographic that shows the current situation and negative impact on both
employers and employees.
1 in 59 children have been diagnosed with
ASD in the U.S. Check out the below video to see how autism is growing
globally, the implications by 2025, and how Rethink can help your organization
fill medical plan gaps and keep your employee caregivers with children with
special needs engaged and productive.
Proud to have been selected to present a session at 19th Annual Employee
Healthcare Conference in New York City this week where our Vice
President Mike Civello and our client Adam
Entenberg, Vice President of Benefits at Viacom will be discussing
“Stepping Outside the Health Plan to Support Developmental Disabilities.” Stop
by our booth #35 to hear
about our latest caregiver and employer solutions.
April 2rd also is
Autism Awareness Day. Increase understanding and acceptance to help
enhance lives today and accelerate a spectrum of solutions for tomorrow. Light
it up blue – show your support by incorporating blue all month long. Check out
all the ways to get involved to make it a more inclusive world.