Redesigned AgingCare.com Empowers Caregivers to Connect and Interact
April 4, 2011 - NAPLES, Florida – AgingCare.com has launched an enhanced, redesigned website that connects family caregivers and enables them to interact in powerful new ways.
"AgingCare.com is easier to navigate and streamlined in design, but most importantly, it provides expanded features that let caregivers form meaningful connections with each other," says Joe Buckheit, Publisher of AgingCare.com. "The greatest help to caregivers is sharing experiences with other caregivers and relating to people who understand exactly what they are going through."
Senior Living Directory and Rich Content
The redesign fully integrates the Senior Living Directory, a free listing of local senior housing and elder care resources, into the content-rich website. The directory includes nearly 100,000 providers of housing and elder care services, including assisted living, nursing homes and home care.
Enhanced Access to Relevant Content
AgingCare.com is fundamentally changing the way caregivers interact and get information online. New "Quick Guides" provide fast access to vital information on the most pressing issues that caregivers face, such as Alzheimer's disease, mobility and falls, or finding home health care.
In addition, by creating a free personal profile, caregivers get customized information that is directly relevant to their care situation and find others who face similar challenges. AgingCare.com is the only website that is a singular one-stop source for information, support, local resources and access to elder care experts.
"The addition of custom content and enhanced social interaction tools represents the vital role we play in the caregiving journey," Buckheit says. "AgingCare.com is a unique place on the web, a virtual network that connects caregivers to people, tools and information that help make their caregiving journey a little easier."
AgingCare.com is a leading online community that connects people caring for elderly parents to other caregivers, personalized information, and local resources. AgingCare.com has become the trusted resource for exchanging ideas, sharing conversations and finding credible information for those seeking elder care solutions. For more information, visit www.agingcare.com. To arrange an interview, call 239-248-0058 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.