Caregiverlist.com Helps Families Find Quality Senior Care
With 76 million baby boomers turning 65 in the next two years, the need to find quality senior care for loved ones is weighing on the minds of many adult children. Caregiverlist.com, the nation's online destination dedicated to connecting seniors with quality senior care choices, is helping seniors and their loved ones define care needs and understand the many caregiving options of today. Caregiverlist.com offers comprehensive state-by-state planning information including background checks, nursing home regulations, Medicaid offerings and driver's license laws.
Caregiverlist.com is rich with objective resources for learning about items such as assisted living, veteran care benefits, geriatric care management, Medicare and Medicaid coverage, long-term care insurance, senior care tax deductions and estate planning. The site requires participating senior home care agencies to meet a checklist of standards which industry professionals view as necessary requirements for safety and consistency in care. This list includes background checks, various forms of insurance, training, and 24-hour on-call service, all of which are especially valuable when seniors are being cared for in their own home and no family members live close enough to monitor the care.
"Caregiverlist.com turns the often emotional and difficult search for care for loved ones into a much easier and rewarding task," said Julie Northcutt, Caregiverlist.com founder and president. "Caregiverlist.com helps people make informed decisions."
"Living across the country from my ailing aunt, I did not know where to begin when it was time to find in-home care for her," said Roberta Schlanker of St. Louis, Missouri. "The answer was online as Caregiverlist.com connected us with a wonderful caregiver who now cares for my aunt, making sure she gets her meals and medicine."
Caregiverlist.com connects people with highly qualified and trustworthy caregiving options across the nation. This online resource of caregiving information and network of care providers is the answer to the caregiving crisis.