Voya Cares – Resources and support for special needs planning

Voya Cares™ helps employers address the unique planning challenges faced by people with special needs.

Most employers are surprised to learn one out of every 6 workers in the U.S. assists with care-giving for a loved one living with disabilities or special needs challenges.1 Due to fear of stereotypes and social stigmas, many caregivers are silent on the issues they face with only 56% speaking to their supervisor about their responsibilities.1 They’re often left to their own devices to navigate the tough and confusing journey of planning for retirement and a lifetime of continuous care for their loved one.

Voya Cares

Voya Cares provides holistic financial wellness and retirement planning solutions to help all employees move closer to the future they envision. This program helps employers create a more diverse, inclusive and supportive work environment by improving awareness and addressing the unique planning challenges faced by people with special needs and their caregivers.

How does Voya Cares help employees?

Grounded in the belief that people are defined by what they can do — not by what they can’t — Voya Cares offers employers support for their employees’ special planning needs.

  • Our Voya Cares online Resource Center includes access to educational materials, in depth planning guides and case studies to help raise awareness throughout the workforce.

Voya Cares can help transform and strengthen your organization from the inside out to be more inclusive and supportive of those with special needs and their caregivers. Together, we can embark on the journey of improving your employees’ holistic wellness as well as strengthening the broader community.

We’ve included some helpful resources to help you get started.

Voya Cares

Planning Checklist

Caregivers Case Study

Beneficiary Planning Case Study

Government Benefits

Reach out to your Voya Representative to learn more about Voya Cares and how it can help you and your organization.

National Alliance for Caregiving and AARP: Caregiving in the U.S., 2015