BeClose and SeniorChecked Partner to Help Older Americans Age in Place Safely and Independently
SeniorChecked’s Network of Trusted Local Businesses to Distribute BeClose Monitoring Systems
McLean, VA and Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) July 09, 2011
BeClose (http://www.beclose.com), the leading provider of real-time home monitoring systems, and SeniorChecked (http://www.seniorchecked.com), a national directory of screened and certified local service providers, today announced a partnership to co-market and distribute their complementary products. The two companies share a common mission: providing safe, affordable resources for Americans to age in place with dignity.
This partnership brings numerous benefits to BeClose and SeniorChecked customers. Being safe at home and staying connected to loved ones will now be paired with safe, fair and ethical delivery of core services to provide compassionate and high quality independent living for seniors. “Our two companies are coming together to fulfill a vision of safe and fulfilling aging in place for the 40 million Americans over the age of 65 who wish to stay in their homes as long as possible,” says Liddy Manson, President of BeClose.
SeniorChecked and BeClose also share a localized approach, rather than trying to force a one-size-fits all national aging solution. In every region of our country, aging seniors and their caregivers approach aging and caregiving in a way that’s specific to their geographic reality and community. BeClose and SeniorChecked are committed to meeting people on their own terms. BeClose does so by tailoring their technology for seniors–sensors and monitoring systems–to exactly the situation of each senior and caregiver. SeniorChecked does so by meeting the needs of seniors in specific locations. In Florida, for instance, seniors don’t need someone to shovel snow in the winter, but might need a gardener who is reliable.
“We couldn’t be more excited about this premium partnership with BeClose,” said SeniorChecked CEO Chris Spanos. “They offer an affordable, innovative product, and provide exceptional customer service. We endorse their products, and are in complete alignment in our mission to help older Americans (and their families) age in place with the resources and support they need.”
About SeniorChecked, Inc.
Founded in 2010, SeniorChecked® is a free-to-consumer national directory of screened and certified local service providers. SeniorChecked offers a range of businesses, from Senior-oriented service providers (like elder care specialists and senior move managers), to plumbers and general contractors committed to providing better service to older customers. Seniors and their families now have a safe and convenient source for trusted service providers, either online or by phone. To join the SeniorChecked network, businesses must pass the most comprehensive background check in the industry. Businesses that pass are SeniorChecked certified, enabling them to display the SeniorChecked Trust Seal. SeniorChecked is based near Washington, DC. For more information, visit http://www.seniorchecked.com.
BeCloseTM is a breakthrough remote home monitoring system designed to allow people to age in place independently while giving their family members and caregivers the peace of mind of knowing that they are safe. The customizable system of wireless sensors communicates using cellular networks and doesn’t require drilling holes, running wires, or even a phone line or Internet. The system is based on a research and development partnership with Alarm.com, the nation’s leading in-home wireless monitoring system, serving more than 500,000 homes and businesses nationwide. By leveraging the patented Alarm.com technology platform, BeClose can scale usage on a proven system that processes more than 25 million security and safety events every month. BeClose headquarters are outside of Washington, DC. For more information, visit http://www.beclose.com
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