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ChildRC.com Launches The Child Resource Center
Date:1/6/2009

Center to Host Web-Based Community for Parents of Children with Disabilities

NEWTON, Mass., Jan. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- ChildRC.com, an online support community for parents of disabled children, today announced the launch of The Child Resource Center. Designed to assist parents of children with disabilities, the Center hosts a robust online community and specialized resource library for families.

ChildRC (www.ChildRC.com) offers informative content and community support features to help parents, as they navigate the day-to-day challenges of raising children with special needs. In addition to serving as an information resource, the site hosts a dynamic online community for parents to share their stories and experiences with other families. The Law Offices of James Sokolove developed ChildRC.com to respond to the needs of families seeking helpful resources and information on the Internet.

Some of the highlight features of The Child Resource Center include:

  • An online library that contains informative content regarding treatment information, financial resources, causes of birth defects, as well as insight to industry experts and legal resources;
  • The ChildRC Blog which collects breaking news for families, keeping members informed about resources and recent developments;
  • A discussion forum that encourages members across the country to connect online and share their experiences with written posts, photographs and videos.

The Law Offices of James Sokolove (LOJS) modeled The Child Resource Center on its award-winning, mesothelioma community site (www.MesoRC.com). Since its launch, the model of MesoRC.com has fulfilled its community and resource mission with increasing levels of unique visits and greater member engagement. MesoRC also received a prestigious industry award as a healthcare information resource for victims of mesothelioma, the orphan cancer caused by asbestos exposure.

"We have a clear mission to help consumers beyond meeting their legal needs and the Internet is a critical avenue for this," said Michael Skoler, CEO of LOJS. "As we saw with MesoRC.com, we can fulfill that commitment by designing a singular resource that offers meaningful content and more avenues for engagement and support. We hope that The Child Resource Center will have a similarly powerful impact for families."

About The Law Offices of James Sokolove

For over 30 years, The Law Offices of James Sokolove (LOJS) has focused on reinventing how people obtain legal services. Equality of access, irrespective of ethnicity or income, and superior quality of representation and service within our civil justice system is our mission. Within an ever-changing legal profession, the LOJS business model is a proven success strategically matching specific client needs with particular law firm expertise and service quality. LOJS is the nation's largest and fastest growing marketer of legal services.


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