Caregiving Kinetics espouses four core values:
Meaningful relationships, dignity of all people, learning orientation, and servant leadership.
Caregiving Kinetics Competencies
We are prepared and qualified to assist in projects focused on caregivers as people or caregiving as a phenomenon.
Meet the Founder of Caregiving Kinetics
Aaron Blight, Ed.D., is an international speaker and consultant on caregiving, aging, and healthcare. He is the Founder of Caregiving Kinetics and has been recognized as a “Top 100 Healthcare Leader” by the International Forum on Advancements in Healthcare.
Dr. Blight works with providers that serve aging and disabled populations to deliver workforce consulting, training for front-line caregivers, focus group research, and leadership advisory services. He also serves general employers that wish to support their employees with caregiving responsibilities at home.
His career leading healthcare organizations spans more than two decades and includes the successful creation, development, and sale of a large home care company; a series of policy leadership positions at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services; and the study of caregiving as a phenomenon of social science.
Dr. Blight speaks with groups all over the world about caregiving. In workshops and conference talks, he invites participants to think deeply about the meaning and significance of their individual caregiving experiences. His book, When Caregiving Calls: Guidance as You Care for a Parent, Spouse, or Aging Relative, received a 2020 Best Indie Book Award and a 2021 IPPY Award.
Dr. Blight holds a bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University, a master’s degree from the University of Baltimore, and a doctorate degree from The George Washington University.
He serves as an Adjunct Professor at Shenandoah University, an honorary board member of the Well Spouse Association, and an advisory board member of the Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging.
Caring for another is one of the noblest human activities.
It’s also one of the most stressful, posing challenges that can be painful, confusing, and deeply rewarding — sometimes all at once.
When Caregiving Calls is an invitation to a deep conversation about caregiving and its meaning for you.