Our intuitive, easy-to-use interactive Google map-search feature coupled with the most comprehensive provider database in the industry is why individuals looking for non-medical care find www.InHomeCare.com especially useful and uniquely relevant.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) October 29, 2010
With just a simple click on the map, http://www.InHomeCare.com makes finding personal home care and assistance for aging seniors anywhere in the country, intuitively simple. Combining new map-search technology together with 7,000 agency providers, InHomeCare.com enables anyone to precisely find and learn about which in-home care services would be available to them in their home or in the home of their loved one, anywhere in the nation.
An estimated 40 million Americans will need personal, non-medical care in their home by the year 2025. However, most people don’t know where to look for help to take care of their elderly loved ones. When they do finally find a source they think can help, they often become confused by the complexity of options including medical, home health, hospice, assisted living, SNF and residential care, when all they really need is personal care and assistance with some of their activities of daily living. http://www.InHomeCare.com is the only website designed exclusively to help elderly seniors and their families easily find non-medical, personal care services using the new, intuitive search technology. We’ve programmed the Google map-search feature to meet the needs of millions of aging Americans in an intuitively simple way and added clear-cut information and resources to help them make informed decisions,” Wells explains.
Just by dragging and placing the marker wherever your home is located on the site’s Google map, a definitive list and clear information about every agency that could potentially provide services in your home, instantly pops up. “People needing personal care in their home don’t necessarily want to know where the agency’s offices are located, as they get with other senior web directories. They want to know which caregiver agencies can provide the care they need in their home and some fundamental details about those agencies.
“Our intuitive, easy-to-use interactive Google map-search feature coupled with the most comprehensive provider database in the industry is why individuals looking for non-medical care and assistance find http://www.InHomeCare.com especially useful and uniquely relevant,” explains Tanner Wells, one of the directors.
Powerful, yet simple-to-use, the interactive program searches and finds every home care agency that would be able to provide personal care services to any selected home location.
The site is free to the public and contains helpful information on home care and related topics as well as useful resources on aging and care giving. “We’ll continue our effort of helping America’s aging seniors become more informed and clearly aware of the in-home care services and options available to them as new web technology develops,” Wells said. To lean more and find in-home care, visit http://www.InHomeCare.com.
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