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New Website Aims To Keep Seniors In Their Homes – Caringly.com
Date:12/20/2012

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 20, 2012

The holiday season brings family members together, often for the first time in a number of months, or even years. Discussions may center on updates, life changes or specific family member needs. Talk can often turn to concern for or helping a loved one or to arranging for the care of a relative with a chronic health condition.

Rob Worley, Founder of Caringly.com, understands the challenges of finding and arranging care for your loved ones. With two senior aged parents and a 3 year old son, Worley is part of the so-called “Sandwich Generation”, an estimated 40 Million Americans who care for their aging parents while also supporting their own children. And although caring for an aging relative and children can be a challenge in the best of times, one quarter of the Sandwich Generation are trying to care for their parents from long distance. This distance can make a difficult task seem impossible.

After observing the complexities and distance barriers with finding caregivers, Worley was compelled to offer an easy way to find in-home care throughout the U.S. Newly launched Caringly.com is simple to use and is 100% free. Visitors can search, message and interview local caregivers, post a caregiver job, find a local home care agency, or gain insights from helpful resources.

About Caringly.com
Caringly.com (http://www.caringly.com) is based in San Francisco, CA., and is a popular and free online resource to find a caregiver or find a home care agency that provides in-home care servic
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