edit The Senior List
The Senior List® is an Eldercare Directory focused on linking families to quality senior-care providers in local communities. It's also a place for users to voice their opinion, through a robust (new) ratings and review platform. Interested in seeing what people are saying about the best assisted living facilities in New York City? Visit The Senior List to find out.
In September (2010), The Senior List Eldercare Directory expanded it's reach to include The UK and Canada. The range of senior-care categories is vast, including; Assisted Living, Home Care, Home Health, Elder Law Attorneys, Funeral Services, Long Term Care Insurance, Money Management, Geriatric Care Managers, and more! The Senior List is consumer driven, and allows anyone to add and rate eldercare resources in the USA, Canada and UK. Ratings are publicly available in an effort to greater tranparency to consumers searching for locally recommended eldercare resources.
edit About the Founders
edit Amie Clark
The Senior List® Eldercare Directory was co-founded by Amie Clark, who attended the University of Montana's School of Social Work. She has always had a soft spot in her heart for seniors and helping them is her passion. She also owns and operates The Senior Resource Network, a Placement and Referral Agency located in Portland Oregon. Amie and her staff are passionate about matching up seniors with appropriate housing options. Her placement and referral agency provided early inspiration for the development of The Senior List®.
edit Chris Clark
Chris Clark, co-founder and CEO of The Senior List® has spent the last 18 years working in healthcare. He has held numerous executive positions in sales and marketing, and has worked with many of the top healthcare organizations across the country. He is passionate about consumer empowerment (by way of technology) and the leverage it provides to buyers AND sellers. Chris graduated from the University of Montana with a B.S. in Business Administration, with an emphasis in Marketing.
edit How can the Website Help you?
The Senior List® is a consumer driven website focused on consumer ratings and reviews. This eldercare directory is a platform for consumers to share their experiences with quality senior-care providers, so that others can benefit when starting their search for resources. If you're looking for a quality assisted living facility, or a local adult care home for a family member, you might find The Senior List a useful resource to begin narrowing down your search.
The Senior List® also helps business owners gain visibility by showcasing their business listing in the state-of-the-art directory. The eldercare directory offers both free and enhanced business listings, depending on the exposure level the provider requires. ALL listing levels are available for customer testimonials.
edit Finding a Service Provider
The Senior List® has an extremely clean, interactive and user-friendly interface, making it easy to find an eldercare provider that suits the needs of your loved ones. You can simply start by entering in a keyword (like assisted living or home care) and the location (cities, ST or Zip) that you want to search...it's that easy. There is also an advanced search tool so you can add additional details to your search criteria.
The Senior List® is organized by various categories such as adult day care centers, assisted living, health care facilities, attorney law, and transportation services. The site offers information on each individual facility, stating the specific care they can offer to you, their contact information as well as consumer reports, which can assist in making an informed decision on which service to choose. Find out more by clicking here.
Under the tab titled 'Resources', there are a number of tools to help boomer and seniors learn more about aging resources. They offer product reviews (senior friendly cell phones, medical alert systems), web links to other helpful resources online, news feeds, partners, and even a website of the week (that profiles other boomer focused sites).
edit The Senior List Blog
The Senior List Blog is a comprehensive look at everything for the boomer or senior. The Blog is broken down into 4 main areas, including Company News, Health Matters, Aging in Place, and Caregivers Corner. The Blog contains informative articles, and excellet resources for families of aging loved ones.
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- Alexa: TheSeniorList.com
- WHOIS for TheSeniorList.com
- The Senior List Blogspot
- The Senior List Guest Blogspot
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