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ElderCarelink.com New Look and Expanded Services Meet Growing Needs For Elder Care in the U.S.
Date:3/22/2010

ElderCarelink.com has a fresh new look and expanded services and features to meet a growing and urgent need for elder care in the US. In 1998, about 34.4 million Americans (12.7% of the population) were over the age of 65. By the year 2050, according to the Census Bureau, that percentage is expected to increase to 23%.

Foster City, Calif. (PRWEB) March 22, 2010 -- ElderCarelink.com has a fresh new look and expanded services and features to meet a growing and urgent need for elder care in the US. In 1998, about 34.4 million Americans (12.7% of the population) were over the age of 65. By the year 2050, according to the Census Bureau, that percentage is expected to increase to 23%. As older family members become unable to live independently or care for themselves unaided, elder care becomes a difficult emotional and financial issue for them and their loved ones. ElderCarelink.com offers a wide variety of resources and support for the friends, family, and caregivers of the elderly.

"ElderCarelink.com articles run the gamut from brief overviews for easy reference to from-the-heart sharing by hands-on caregivers," ElderCarelink.com Editor-in-Chief, Carol Bradley Bursack said. "Our bloggers will share their personal experiences with you, and offer timely information updates, book reviews, and other pertinent information. We encourage you to comment on blog posts and share your questions and tips with us."

Carol Bradley Bursack brings years of expertise to the ElderCarelink.com team, she functioned as a caregiver for the elderly for over two decades, wrote a caregiver support book, "Minding Our Elders: Caregivers Share
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