While some home care and senior care choices are made under duress, and strictly related to a health issue, many home care decisions are made in phases or steps . . .
Abilene, TX (PRWEB) September 28, 2011
HomeHealthHeadlines.com announced today their initiative to encourage participation as contributors to a site devoted to home care and senior care. "We are attempting to give home care and senior care experts a place to provide content beyond placing a comment on an existing blog post" according to Franchise Thinking president, Dr. KB Massingill who founded the blog. "We want to extend the dialogue around home health care issues."
This is a rapidly expanding sector of our economy and franchisors along with business opportunity providers are anxious to join the conversation," according to Massingill. "Many of the would-be entrepreneurs interested in this business, are there because they have been in the situation of caring for a home-bound loved one, or someone anxious to be able to stay in their own home as long as possible. This site offers information for both the individual seeking information about great providers, and entrepreneurs interested in eventually becoming a great provider. They aren't necessarily two distinct audiences."
The site is not exclusively focused on home health care, rather it promotes a holistic view of the home care and senior care industry, by focusing on add-on services for home-bound individuals such as home maintenance, home repair, yard care, travel assistance, companionship etc. Similarly vendors and providers of home health care software may find the site attractive due to the general nature of the conversation. "While some home care and senior care choices are made under duress, and strictly related to a health issue, many home care decisions are made in phases or steps rather than all at once, so an emphasis on all of the potential phases of decision making process seems valuable to us" according to Massingill.
Promotional materials and commercial content is acceptable as long as the material furthers the home health care and senior care conversation, and matches the tone and news orientation of the site. HomeHealthHeadlines.com accepts all types of content including multimedia, audio, video and of course textual information. All contributions will be considered on an individual basis.