CARING FROM A DISTANCE ANNOUNCES CFAD.ORG, A NEW WEBSITE BY AND FOR LONG DISTANCE CAREGIVERS

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Caring from a Distance (CFAD), a new non-profit organization created and run
by distance caregivers, has launched a new website. www.cfad.org offers a free, in-depth, online guide to Eldercare designed to cover the full spectrum of caregiver activities and anxieties. For families in its first test region, the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, the website features the most detailed, web-based source of local eldercare resources available anywhere. Resource information is provided by our community partners, the Jewish Council for Aging Senior Helpline and the Guide to Retirement Living. CFAD’s information is independent and objective. It takes no funding or advertising from individual elder care providers.

As an influential professional, we would pleased if you could visit
www.cfad.org.

We suggest you view your organization’s listing. If you wish to edit your entry, click the ADD/CORRECT button at http://www.cfad.org/resource/find.cfm and follow the prompts to log into the secure site. You can do this by entering a username and password.

Since this is a very new service, we would also invite you to participate in a very short survey giving us valuable feedback on the process. To take our brief survey, click here.

For more information, contact Nora Jean Levin at CFAD, (202) 223-2556, or
email at jlevin@cfad.org

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