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Date:5/17/2013

Charlotte Country, FL (PRWEB) May 17, 2013

Kris and Chelsea Chana, a twentysomething couple from Southwest Florida, are revolutionizing the senior care industry and making history with the introduction of Florida’s first 5-Step Guide to Senior Care. This young and talented couple has created the ultimate senior care guide for Florida, which is a “must have” for anyone who is caring for a loved one. In addition to their guide, they have created an innovative online resource for seniors and their families.

An attractive, engaging couple, the Chanas have the credentials to succeed in just about any field. Kris, 25, graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in finance and a minor in entrepreneurship. Chelsea, 22, earned a pre-med biology degree at University of Florida as well. They share a strong compassion and commitment to helping others.

“We both knew we wanted to engage in something meaningful, with a lasting impact,“ says Chelsea. “Living in Florda, a mecca for seniors, we couldn't help but see the need that exists here for quality care and reliable information.“

Kris and Chelsea entered the assisted living field and became determined to create a new kind of facility. They founded Chelsea Place Retirement Living and created a compassionate environment that would treat people with dignity, integrity and respect. Kris called it “World Class Care.“

But the Chanas were not done yet. While working with residents and their families, promoting Chelsea Place and networking with Charlotte County senior care providers, they recognized another need. There was no single source of timely, up-to-date information on senior services. Available booklets, newsletters and other sources often were not current and certainly not readily accessable to seniors and their families, many of whom live outside Florida.

Kris and Chelsea thus turned to the Internet and created Senio
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