To Assisted Care Residents a Video Phone Picture is Worth Far More than a Thousand Words

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Assistive Care Networking equips assisted care housing with video phones so residents can see and be seen by those they are talking with; just as though they were right there with them in real-time living color. Visiting visually via video phone brings travel-deprived assisted care residents closer to remotely located family and friends much more intimately and enjoyably than typical talk-or-text telephones ever could!

Assistive Care Networking announces joining the National Care Planning Council as an Assistive Technology member specializing in linking assisted care residents with families and friends. Assistive Care Networking equips assisted care facilities to satisfy the pent-up visitation desires of travel-limited residents through the convenience of a community-room video phone.

"Assisted care residents cannot easily travel to visit their remotely located family and friends," emphasizes Assistive Care Networking founder/owner C. Alan Lewis. "However; by video phone they can visually visit whenever and wherever, and enjoy the experience of being closer to them since the video phone provides unlimited free calling throughout the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico!"

"Our mission is equipping assisted care facilities with a video phone so their residents can see family and friends while talking with them. To help us accomplish our mission," Lewis explains, "assisted care staff and members of the National Care Planning Council are invited to become Assistive Care Networking affiliates by distributing our Assistive Technology brochures to assisted care managers and residents."

A video phone can be connected directly to any Internet service available at an assisted care facility, or to any locally accessible wireless network. For information, log onto: AssistiveCareNetworking.com or send an email to: videophoneinfo(at)assistivecarenetworking(dot)com

About the National Care Planning Council:
The National Care Planning Council (NCPC) and its affiliated members are dedicated to helping families recognize the need for long term care planning and to helping implement that planning. Integrity, honesty, and a genuine concern for those who are in need of (or may need) long term care are at the heart of our services.

About Assistive Care Networking:
Assistive Care Networking founder/owner, C. Alan Lewis, is the co-author of U.S. Patents 5,524,142 and 5,537,464 issued in mid 1996 on telecommunication circuits for routing the 555-Number Group (seen in cartoons, movies and on TV). As a result, Lewis was available to be the original assignee of several dozen toll-free 1-800-555-Numbers when opened December 15, 1994. Among them was 800-555-4226, which is branded as 1-800-555-4ACN for Assistive Care Networking information .

Contact:
C. Alan Lewis, DBA
Assistive Care Networking
http://www.AssistiveCareNetworking.com
Email: calan(at)roadrunner(dot)com
Phone: 1-800-555-4ACN

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