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Find Your Senior Caregiver wWith Care Today! As our population ages, finding quality senior care is more important now than ever before. As a parent or loved one ages, they eventually need help with handling many things - from finances and shopping, to personal hygiene and more. It can be stressful for both that aging parent as well as the concerned relative.

Many people find themselves in a difficult balance of providing needed senior assistance while allowing them to maintain their dignity and sense of self. Finding professional senior care is often a great solution to keep the frustration down for everyone. Senior Care might mean in-home visits for help with shopping or light house work, daily assistance with taking medication and preparing meals, or even moving to an assisted living facility.

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5 stars
Care Best-In-Class Blue Ribbon Award

Care is an excellent website to match your senior care needs. The large database of potential senior caregivers, combined with free background checks, pushed them to the top of our list.
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4 stars
Sitter City


Sitter City Companion Care is a slick service that matches individuals with senior care, pet, and child providers. We liked the easy search options and professional lay out. We would have liked to have seen more flexibility in the website and a few more positive customer reviews in order to rate this service a little higher in our rankings.
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3.5 stars
Years Ahead


Years Ahead is new company with quality resources for those seeking a senior care facility of varying levels. The service is free but needs a little more development on the in-home care side.
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2 stars
Great AuPair


Great AuPair is a unique site in that it helps find families and care givers in over 150 countries but offers limited candidates for the elderly population. If you are in need of senior care we recommend you choose a higher ranked company. Read More... Visit

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Where do you right find the senior care you need for your aging loved one? Several companies exist today that provide a database of qualified senior care givers to expedite your search. These companies offer thousands of individuals and facilities in many cities throughout North America.

However, not all senior care websites are the same. Before you hire your next elder care provider, you should consider a few factors:

  • Selection. Does the company offer a large database of senior care providers? Or will you struggle to find quality options in the local area?
  • Website Functionality. Does the website facilitate quick and effective searches and provide detailed information about each potential senior care candidate?
  • Cost. Most senior care websites charge a fee for using their services. Will the cost be affordable? How does the fee compare to other companies? has reviewed and ranked the best senior care providers available today. We hope these reviews help you find the right senior care assistance for your elderly loved one!

Viewpoint: Integrated care, savings are possible through senior living, hospital partnerships

The largest portion of health care dollars today is spent on caring for the elderly. Per person, health care spending for those 65 and older - due to costly chronic conditions - was $18,988 in 2012. That's more than five times higher than spending ...

Published:  Fri, 16 Mar 2018 01:00:00 GMT

What is Memory Care

When a senior you love is diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease or another form of dementia, creating a plan that meets their needs is important. Primary care doctors often suggest that families begin investigating memory care programs. But for many people ...

Published:  Fri, 16 Mar 2018 06:34:00 GMT

Plans for senior care

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Published:  Wed, 14 Mar 2018 12:13:00 GMT

How Virtual Health Services Can Improve Senior Care

It may come as a surprise that virtual health care can be used to improve care for our seniors. Virtual health services are popping up all over the place. MDLIVE, Teladoc, Doctor On Demand are just a few that come to mind. It's no secret that Millennials ...

Published:  Thu, 15 Mar 2018 06:37:00 GMT

How to Create "˜Ratatouille Moments' in Memory Care Dining

Michael Pezzillo is no exception. Pezzillo is an executive chef with senior living dining services provider Sodexo, and he works at Garden Spot Village, a nonprofit continuing care retirement community in New Holland, Pennsylvania. "I want to get that ...

Published:  Tue, 13 Mar 2018 14:50:00 GMT

Political Insider: Senior Care Oversight; Distracted Driving; Trump Fires Tillerson

Analysts Steven Schier of Carlton College and Kathryn Pearson of the University of Minnesota join Tom Hauser to discuss the pressing political issues of the day, including plans to overhaul senior care oversight in the state, a bill to outlaw non hands ...

Published:  Tue, 13 Mar 2018 17:16:00 GMT

Post-holiday rise: Many families look for senior care after the holidays

When Liz Woodard visited her mother at Christmastime in 2016 she knew something was wrong. Her mother lived in Marietta, Georgia, and had put off having knee replacement surgery for several years. "Both knees were really bad and she still worked full ...

Published:  Sat, 03 Mar 2018 16:00:00 GMT

Dayton, Lawmakers Propose Overhaul of Senior Care Oversight

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Gov. Mark Dayton and lawmakers are proposing major changes to the state's oversight of Minnesota's senior care facilities. Widespread abuse and neglect of seniors and the state's lax oversight have made it a top priority for ...

Published:  Tue, 13 Mar 2018 14:46:00 GMT

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