NAPLES, Fla., June 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- AgingCare.com, the go-to online resource for family caregivers, has been named a winner of SeniorHomes.com's Best Senior Living Awards in the Best Caregiver Newsletters 2014 category for the second year in a row.
Best Senior Living Awards recognizes the top resources, entities and people relevant to caregivers, families and the senior living industry in a variety of categories. This year, a panel of 21 leading long-term care industry experts evaluated more than 500 nominees based on criteria such as the depth of information provided on their websites and the quality, accuracy and uniqueness of their content.
"Winning the Best Senior Living Awards for the second year in a row is a true testament to the quality of the resource we offer to more than 600,000 caregivers visiting our site every month," said Joe Buckheit, CEO of AgingCare.com. "As the most interactive online community for family caregivers, AgingCare.com is committed to providing education and support with the most relevant information targeted to the unique needs of these caregivers."
The Caregivers' Newsletter by AgingCare.com reaches over 180,000 subscribers per week, featuring breaking news and caregiving articles, as well as popular discussions and frequently asked questions from the site. The special Daily Ask and Answer edition, which reaches over 40,000 caregivers, highlights questions asked and answered by family caregivers on AgingCare.com's forums.
Since its launch six years ago, AgingCare.com has become the largest interactive forum for caregivers, bringing together more than 600,000 family caregivers each month. Through this community and the resources it offers, AgingCare.com arms family caregivers with the information that they need, and empowers them to take control of their own well-being.
AgingCare.com is the go-to destination for family caregivers, providing trusted information, practical answers to real-life questions, and ongoing support through every challenge. Our mission is to help families prepare for and navigate the care of an elderly loved one. Visit www.AgingCare.com to learn more.
SeniorHomes.com is a free resource for families looking for senior housing or senior care for a loved one or themselves. SeniorHomes.com features expert-written articles, a free care advisor service and a comprehensive directory of care options with community ratings and family reviews.