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The Eldercare Channels of Connecticut

73 Belle Woods Dr Ste 1A
Glastonbury, CT 06033-1664
(860) 659-2278
Services Offered:
Support Services, Referral Agencies
The Eldercare Channels of Connecticut serves Danbury, CT, Hartford County, CT, New London County, CT, Fairfield County, CT, New Haven County, CT
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    About My Business
    It is my pleasure to announce the launch of Connecticut’s Eldercare Channels. Our company is a national leader in providing the most comprehensive, video-guided, web directory and online magazine to local senior care that allows senior care companies to be represented in the most dynamic and interactive communication formats available via the web today. Video and video-chat capabilities combined with simple and complete editorial control over your content allow service providers and elder care professionals to communicate with greater clarity and effectiveness than ever before imaginable.

    At the Eldercare Channels of Connecticut, we firmly believe that video to web is the new language whose power to help senior care companies differentiate their services and niche their products is unlimited.

    Currently, we have channels programmed for Hartford, New Haven, and Fairfield Counties. But, we also know that the POWER of search is specific. People search for LOCAL services and in the case of our elderly and their family members, a 10-mile limit is NOT unusual. People do not want to drive out of their comfort zone.

    The summer of 2011 will usher in NEW Eldercare Channels for Danbury, New London, and Central Connecticut.
    About My Services
    In addition we provide:

    Public Relations: we will re-broadcast press releases and seek out media relations opportunities to expand awareness and increase exposure for our partnering organizations.

    Our Blogs: We produce four senior care blogs. These are regularly updated with links to the Eldercare Channels of Connecticut. We welcome guest contributors.

    Eldercare Channel Fairfield CT
    Eldercare Channel Hartford, CT
    Eldercare Channel New Haven, CT
    Aging in Place Connecticut

    The Eldercare Channels of Connecticut produces a full color magazine: Connecticut Generations. This publication is made available in hospital waiting rooms and senior centers across the state. Soon, we will host the publication on our website in a digital format which is video enabled.

    And lastly, we live and work in Connecticut! Our team knows this state. We want to be a sponsoring partner of events for the senior population of Connecticut and their families. We are open to sponsorship opportunities and can provide feature articles publicizing eldercare forums, video production services and PR/Media relations for events across the state.
    Fees And Payment Sources Accepted
    We want to work with you and your budget.
    The Eldercare Channels of Connecticut accept cash, corporate checks and credit cards.
    We have 4 cost effective levels of participation starting as low as the cost of a cup of coffee per day.
    Please contact The Eldercare Channels of Connecticut Executive Producer Nancy Wuennemann at for additional information.
    Hours of Service
    “Mom says she found a nice law firm in the phone book.”

    Before another step is taken the boomer aged son or daughter will surf the net to check them out.
    The “Boomer Generation” daughter, raised in Woodbridge, now living in Oregon, will increasingly scour the internet looking for products and services to assure peace of mind among family members for the aging mother in her home.

    The time differences between Oregon and Connecticut are irrelevant! The Eldercare channels of Connecticut work 24 hours a day bringing the BEST in senior care to web surfing relatives with the click of a mouse!

    In our research, 92 percent of purchases for senior services start with an internet query on Google from a family member.

    How do you connect with the daughter in Oregon searching for the Eldercare Attorney that will put her mind at ease when it comes to her mother’s care?
    What will tip the scales in favor of a call to your firm?
    Have you ever looked at the numbers to determine how much it costs to land one customer and what kind of investment in your brand is made to insure they check you out first?

    Statistics focused on the growth of Connecticut’s elderly population shows a tidal wave approaching. We also know that all senior care is LOCAL. Most seniors and their families will not want to travel more than 10-15 miles out of their comfort zone for products and services.

    How much of your marketing mix is geared toward the emerging search/web/video revolution underway?

    Does anyone use a phonebook anymore? Answer: only the elderly! Phone book listings cannot “show” quality or portray subject matter expertise.

    We are in the process of building the finest senior care information portal in the country that operates 24/7.
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