We are proud to honor those that answered our nation's call. Veterans and their caregivers deserve all of the help they can get. Their service and sacrifices have not gone unnoticed.
Ann Arbor, MI (PRWEB) June 4, 2008
MeAndMyCaregivers, Inc. will commemorate D-Day by offering free caregiving help to all U.S. Veterans, as a way of saying thank you for their service performed for our country.
MeAndMyCaregivers, Inc. is an online site specializing in organizing and storing essential daily caregiving records. According to Rebecca Colmer, company CEO, "We are proud to honor those that answered our nation's call. Veterans and their caregivers deserve all of the help they can get. Their service and sacrifices have not gone unnoticed."
More than 37 million Americans provide support to an aging family member---and there are 9.5 million Veterans over age 65. The challenges of caregiving are well documented. The advantage of using a caregiving organizer is that it helps both the care-receiver and the caregiver record important daily information that may be helpful to everyone on the care team, and may be reviewed as needs and conditions change.
For additional caregiving information, visit http://www.MeAndMyCaregivers.com.
About MeAndMyCaregivers™: MeAndMyCaregivers, Inc., headquartered in Chelsea, Michigan, is an innovation in healthcare management. Through the website and proprietary software, caregivers are better able to track their loved one's actual condition on a day-to-day basis, coordinating care in a more responsive way. The step-by-step, systematic approach for recording personal and health information is designed to improve care-receiver satisfaction and communication while enhancing the quality of their healthcare and potentially reducing the costs of providing care. These stress-reducing steps will help both the care-receiver and caregiver.
Rebecca Colmer, CEO