Dealing with the Sudden Crisis of Eldercare

Eldercare providers and advisers who deal with the public, know from experience that desperate caregivers are often frantically trying to find help for their loved ones with unexpected long term care needs.  The National Care Planning Council has discovered an answer to help desperate caregivers find the one-stop shop support they need.    A 2004 study by the National Alliance for Caregiving and AARP estimates nearly six in ten (59%) caregivers are currently employed.  Many of these working caregivers will use their Internet access at work to find the caregiving support they need.  The National Care Planning Council is currently seeking qualified individuals to be Directors and oversee geographic service areas of state care planning councils.   If you are a professional care provider or eldercare advisor please contact us about this opportunity to help the community and at the same time expand your services by becoming a Director of a Service Area.  Contact the National Care Planning Council at 800-989-8137 or by email at inquiry@longtermcarelink.net.  To read more detailed information about care planning council service areas, please go to www.longtermcarelink.net/council.pdf.

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