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Formed in 2004 to help seniors live with normalcy and dignity and make family caregivers’ jobs easier, The CareGiver Partnership is much more than a national online retailer of incontinence products and home health care supplies. We also provide significant caregiver resources on our site and others, including the top social media platforms. In fact, its most engaged, active Pinterest followers are from the cities of Los Angeles, New York, Dallas-Fort Worth, Atlanta and Chicago.
Why do women from all over the country follow and engage with us on Pinterest and other sites? It may be the variety of easy-to-understand, expertly written information found on virtually any topic. With 3,600-plus followers and 57 boards to date, there’s something for everyone. Examples of our most frequently updated Pinterest boards include Incontinence Resources, Alzheimer’s & Dementia, Retirement Sparks, 365 Daily Affirmation, Quotes for the CareGiver, Caregiver Health Tips, Boomer Humor and more.
Each of us at The CareGiver Partnership has been a caregiver to a loved one or friend. Our customers frequently use words such a frustrating, frantic, frazzled, guilty, exhausted and fatigued. Our mission is to provide honest-to-goodness help. Each of us has in-depth knowledge about not only the products we offer, but the range of concerns that go along with caregiving. Regardless of the way people choose to interact with us, our services are a real hit with the thousands of customers we serve from coast to coast.
In addition to our blog and presence on all the major social media platforms, a professional adviser frequently submits content on Ezine Articles. Physician assistant and registered dietitian Dianna Malkowski has authored 350 articles for Ezine on topics ranging from healthy living to managing incontinence to safely aging in place. Ezine readers can subscribe to articles by this platinum level expert author by simply entering an e-mail address.
For further reading, visit our home page and scroll down for one-click access to our Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Google+ and YouTube pages. Clicking on “Resources” in the pink navigation bar at the top of the page allows you to also access our free Caregiver Resource Library, with more than 1,500 updated links to non-profit organizations, home care services, financial and legal information, and much more.
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