Posts Tagged ‘Home Care’

How much would these five perks be worth to you and the overall success of your senior community or senior provider organization? To be seen 120,000 times over a year’s duration in 2,400 locations To be at the fingertips of every healthcare decision maker. To have your organization’s webpage on a website that’s a leader […]


Meet an acquaintance of mine, Kathleen Floryan, who turned into a friend yesterday at Paneras. Kathleen contacted me to give me a book her collegiate friend from Ohio State University, Tina Marrelli wrote on Caregiving… https://www.amazon.com/Guide-Caregiving-Whats-Next/dp/069283608X Since I’ve been branded as “The Seniors Guide Guy,” I take it as an honor to help and participate in […]


Being able to toot your own horn is an important ingredient in growing your own business.  Recently, I challenged Angela Green of CareMateSolutions to, in fact, do just that. I believe she did a superb job! Take a read… “CareMateSolutions is a locally owned and operated agency providing non-medical supportive services to the aged and […]


Welcome to my third installment of blog postings where my fellow senior providers share their story of why they are so passionate about being in the senior market. If you would like to share your story on your career transitioning to serving seniors, contact me at al@ourseniorsguide.com What you are about to read is not […]


  TopCare Pharmacy, literally across the street from Extension Home Care’s office, has a top shelf Marketing Director, Danielle Rogonzinski. Danielle is tops when it comes to Health Care… A little bit about Danielle in the first person… “A native Jacksonvillian, who’s health and wellness has always been a big part of my life.   I […]


Here’s a question I asked professional women in the LinkedIn group Connect: Professional Women’s Network… “If you could wave a magic wand to magically change the home care industry…What would be one of your first changes?” Check out their answers… Barbara Gonzales A warm smile, a touch, animals, talking, talking, talking. Susan Weber It all depends, […]