Leading Resource for Senior Housing Research Enhances and Expands USNews.com
(PRWEB) April 28, 2010 -- SeniorsforLiving.com (SFL), a leading resource for those searching for senior housing and home care providers, and U.S. News Media Group, publisher of U.S. News & World Report, today announced the launch of Seniors for Living content at U.S. News’s new Senior Housing portal, located at http://www.usnews.com/senior-housing. In addition to U.S. News’s well-regarded Best Nursing Homes rankings, the new portal will feature Seniors for Living’s comprehensive database of senior living communities to help U.S. News visitors find the right senior living communities for them based on their specific situation and needs.
SeniorsforLiving.com provides individuals who are actively seeking senior housing for themselves or a loved one with the tools to research, compare, and connect with thousands of senior living communities across the United States. In addition, the site provides timely content and advice; creates and engages with a social community for those concerned with issues of aging; and explores the many options available from assisted living and independent living to home care, Alzheimer’s care and retirement living.
"We’re excited to work with a respected news organization like U.S. News to bring the depth and breadth of our senior housing content to a new audience,” says Jordon Keltz, CEO of Seniors for Living. “This partnership significantly expands the number of people we can help get the information they are looking for to make informed senior living decisions.”
U.S. News recently launched a redesign of its Health channel, which enhances the usability of the quality content for which U.S. News is well known. The new U.S. News Senior Housing section within U.S. News Health helps meet the demands of boomers and seniors seeking information and resources on communities offering varying levels of services and care.
“In collaboration with Seniors for Living, we’ve dramatically expanded what U.S. News offers seniors who are searching for the ideal retirement community,” says Ben Harder, general manager of U.S. News Health. “Our users can turn to the Senior Housing section to find U.S. News’s signature Best Nursing Homes rankings and Seniors for Living’s information about assisted living, independent living, and other kinds of senior communities.”
About U.S. News Media Group
The U.S. News Media Group is a multi-platform digital publisher of news and analysis, which includes the monthly U.S. News & World Report magazine, the digital-only U.S. News Weekly magazine, www.usnews.com, and www.rankingsandreviews.com. Focusing on Health, Money & Business, Education, and Public Service/Opinion, the U.S. News Media Group has earned a reputation as the leading provider of service news and information that improves the quality of life of its readers. The U.S. News Media Group’s signature franchises include its trademarked News You Can Use brand of journalism and its “America’s Best” series of consumer guides that includes rankings of colleges, graduate schools, hospitals, nursing homes, and more.
About Seniors for Living
Seniors for Living is a leading performance-based marketing company that provides senior housing communities and home care companies with the most highly qualified, exclusive lead referrals available. Through SFL's online directory and extended partner network, users actively searching for senior housing or home care can learn about their options, review senior housing and care providers, and request additional information from the senior community or home care provider that best meets their specific situation and needs. Seniors for Living also maintains an active social community for those concerned with issues of aging on Twitter.com and Facebook.com. For more information, contact Doug Johnson at 212.490.6290, ext. 227, firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit SeniorsforLiving.com.
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