It was a wonderful compliment to have been nominated alongside organizations like AARP and Genworth and to have been selected as the winner has been a tremendous honor.
Richmond, VA (PRWEB) March 14, 2013
Richmond, Virginia based Lift Caregiving, a web-based resource for family caregivers, has been recognized as Best Caregiving Website by SeniorHomes.com.
In it efforts to provide its users with the best information related to senior housing, SeniorHomes.com annually awards organizations leading the way in senior related issues. The nominations in each category are evaluated by a panel of judges comprised of executives in the senior services industry.
Lift Caregiving is proud to have been selected as Best Caregiving Website by SeniorHomes.com and its distinguished panel of judges. Ted Ukrop, co-founder of Lift Caregiving says, “Receiving this award means so much to us. It was a wonderful compliment to have been nominated alongside organizations like AARP and Genworth and to have been selected as the winner has been a tremendous honor. It is also an important opportunity for Lift Caregiving to reach more families that are on the ground, caring for their aging loved ones. Unpaid family members provide nearly 80% of care for the elderly in this country. These family caregivers continue to work, raise families of their own while also managing work responsibilities. Lift Caregiving is passionate about providing them with information and tools to help them make good decisions, build their support circles and integrate their care and life responsibilities.”
Lift Caregiving is a free, national resource for family members caring for an aging loved one. The site offers families with expert advice, a vetted list of senior services providers, a caregiving community, a free family management tool and a shop featuring products designed to make life easier. Caregivers can use the site to search for answers, learn new skills, find services in their home town, connect with other caregivers and experts, organize the care of their loved one and shop for products that make caring a little bit easier.