MyLifeSite Disrupts Senior Care & Living Industry with No-Charge CCRC Comparison Tool

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In response to the need of guidance in selection of a senior care home or community, http://www.MyLifeSite.net has launched as a tool to guide consumers differing from traditional websites that serve as community advertisers. With unbiased information for comparison in one easy location at no charge, including community contracts, MyLifeSite is a breath of fresh air in the retirement living landscape.

In response to the need of guidance in selection of a senior care home or community, http://www.MyLifeSite.net has launched as a tool to guide consumers differing from traditional websites that serve as community advertisers. With unbiased information for comparison in one easy location at no charge, including community contracts, MyLifeSite is a breath of fresh air in the retirement living landscape.

  • Nearly 70% of individuals over 65 will need long term care, with 55% concerned they will be a burden on their families, especially during the long process of vetting and selecting a senior care home or community
  • CCRCs are the only type of retirement living community that provide services spanning the full continuum of resident care.
  • MyLifeSite was launched as a guide for consumers and prospective residents as opposed to traditional websites that serve as community advertisers.

MyLifeSite is a fully vetted, objective online resource that has collected data to compare pricing, contracts, and community information for CCRCs all in one easy location, at no charge. They also offer a premium model which provides complete access to community profiles, their resource center content, and DecisionGenie, a tool that projects the long-term financial impact of retirement living community choices. “Almost 83% of primary caregivers contribute financially to the long-term care and housing of loved ones,” states Brad Breeding, Co-Founder and President of MyLifeSite.net. “We arm families & individuals with the data they need to make the best decision for them taking all factors into account.”

MyLifeSite is different from other senior living community databases for a number of reasons. The main reason being that they work for the consumer as an advocate, not for the communities as a paid spokesperson. “It’s simple, really,” remarks Brad, “we don’t exclude important objective information just to curry favor with a community. Consumers needs to review all CCRCs and compare each of them objectively. No community should be included or excluded because of payment.” MyLifeSite is also one of the only companies providing community contracts for comparison, an important factor one should carefully review before signing.

By age 75, nearly 42% of seniors do not get any physical activity, with numbers higher outside of retirement living communities. This is linked to faster memory decline and more health issues. MyLifeSite strives to simplify the life plan community decision process with their easy online comparison database eliminating informational barriers to entry. Currently available in CA, CT, FL, IL, IN, MD, NC, NJ, TX, and VA, they will be expanding their coverage to assisted living communities in Raleigh, NC through the end of 2016, followed by a broader expansion to other regions.

ABOUT MYLIFESITE & BRAD BREEDING

http://www.MyLifeSite.net helps families understand the financial implications of moving into a CCRC. It was founded by Brad Breeding & Ken Taylor. Brad Breeding is one of the foremost authorities and thought leaders on CCRCs and was a financial advisor in the Research Triangle Area for 15 years. He is also the author of What’s the Deal with Retirement Communities and a nationally sought-after speaker. Ken Taylor, a CPA with over 25 years of experience growing medium-size service companies, is responsible for product development, customer service, help desk operations, and financial management. They are advised by entrepreneur Bobby Martin who is author of the popular book The Hockey Stick Principles and Trent Pierce, Owner and President of Carolina Benefits & Planning.

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Ashley Demby