oo often we find that senior communities and care providers experience issues with connecting with not only qualified seniors but also seniors who truly need the service."
(PRWEB) September 17, 2012
LivingSenior.com announced their expansion to offer preferred care provider benefits. This expansion will begin during the month of September 2012. The preferred care providers program will allow senior communities, retirement communities, assisted living communities and home health care providers to be listed on the site. Additional benefits will include a match service that will connect seniors care providers with seniors seeking various care plans and options. The benefits will also include quality leads for care providers and communities that are directly connected with seniors living in the region or area the community resides in.
Marketing Manager James Connolly discussed this expansion and the benefits that the program will offer to senior care communities across the country. “Too often we find that senior communities and care providers experience issues with connecting with not only qualified seniors but also seniors who truly need the service. Another complaint that we have often heard from senior care communities and providers is finding seniors in need of services in the area of the community. With communities branching out across the country this can be a difficult issue. We are using our preferred care provider plan to help correct this issue.”
Mr. Connolly discussed how the quality leads will not only be pre-screened for various services, but will also be pre-screened for areas of the country. This will connect qualified leads to the businesses and communities in their area. This will also cut down significiantly on qualified leads being sent to the wrong district, county, state or area of the country. This is especially helpful for communities such as Holiday Retirement that may have various locations across the country.
The program is slated to being during the middle of September 2012. For senior health providers, communities and organizations that would like to be listed with the preferred care provider program please contact the LivingSenior care provider coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org. Updates to the program will be announced through the RSS feed subscription service, on Facebook and Twitter feeds.