Content Usage and Reprint Policy
Government Agencies & Nonprofits
AgingCare.com has special no-cost programs in place for collaborating with government agencies and non-profit organizations. Our content-sharing program provides free resources that deliver our award-winning content and Q&A forum to your audience. You can also increase visibility of your organization to our national audience when you actively collaborate with AgingCare.com. For more information on how we can work together, visit our Government Agency and Non-Profit Content Sharing Platform page.
AgingCare.com works with for-profit organizations, associations, corporations and elder health care professionals who are interested in eldercare and that share the goal of supporting families caring for family. We welcome the opportunity to collaborate with your organization to reach more caregivers and spread the word about the importance of eldercare. If your organization is interested in working with AgingCare.com, please visit our Share Our Content—Others page.
Article and Other Content Reuse
For-profit and non-government agencies may not reproduce, modify, publish, distribute, sell or exploit in any way, in whole or in part, any of the contents—except in accordance with the limits of "fair use" under applicable copyright law—without written permission from AgingCare.com. You may copy, reprint, publish, reproduce, or otherwise display materials from AgingCare.com only upon receiving written permission from AgingCare.com; and on the condition that you provide attribution to AgingCare.com and its authors, and provide a link to AgingCare.com or put its web address in print. Specifically, any article or materials that you receive permission to reprint or otherwise reproduce must be displayed with its by-line or attribution (including the AgingCare.com description shown below), and if applicable, with all links intact:
"The article, [insert headline] by [insert author name] was contributed by AgingCare.com."
AgingCare.com connects family caregivers, shares informative articles, provides answers and support through an interactive Caregiver Forum, and offers search capabilities for senior living options for elderly loved ones.
"The article, [insert headline] by [insert author name] originally appeared on AgingCare.com. (with a link to agingcare.com)"
AgingCare.com is an online resource that connects family caregivers, shares informative articles, provides answers and support through an interactive Caregiver Forum, and offers search capabilities for senior living options for elderly loved ones.
Editorial Changes Not Permitted
You may not make any editorial changes to articles or materials without first receiving express permission from AgingCare.com. This provision does not restrict excerpting portions of content in a manner that does not alter the editorial intent.
The materials produced by or for AgingCare, LLC (including, but not limited to text, photographs, graphics, video and audio content) are protected by copyright as a collective work or compilation under the copyright laws of the United States and other countries. All individual articles, content, and other elements comprising this compilation and produced by or for AgingCare.com are also copyrighted works. You must abide by all additional copyright notices or restrictions contained in any materials produced by or for AgingCare.com.
Limit on Use
Except as expressly permitted above, you may not copy, reproduce, distribute, publish, enter into a database, display, perform, modify, create derivative works, transmit, or in any way exploit any material produced by or for AgingCare.com.
Revocation in Place of Breach