Today’s Q&A on discusses how to get listed on this elder care online resource

Question:  I am a practicing elder law attorney with more than 15 years experience helping families with their elder care matters. How would I go about becoming a member of the national ElderCare Matters Alliance so that I may be listed on and so that I may be a resource for families who visit this website and need my expertise to help them plan for and/or deal with their elder care matters?

Answer:  ALL competent, caring elder care professionals across America are invited to apply for membership to the national ElderCare Matters Alliance and to be listed on – America’s #1 online source for “Elder Care Experts”, information & answers about elder care matters.

There are currently more than 2,000 professional members of this national Elder Care Alliance, including the following:

  • Elder Law Attorneys
  • Estate Planning Advisors
  • Financial & Investment Advisors
  • Geriatric Care Managers
  • Long-Term Care Insurance Professionals
  • Daily Money Managers
  • Seniors Real Estate Specialists
  • Home Care Agencies
  • Assisted Living Communities
  • and many other elder care experts

To request an Application for Membership in the national ElderCare Matters Alliance, send an email directly to:

I look forward to your participation in Elder Care Matters!

Phillip G. Sanders, MBA, MSHA, CPA
Founder & CEO of ElderCare Matters, LLC (America’s #1 source for “Elder Care Experts”, Information & Answers about Elder Care Matters)

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If you help familes plan for or deal with elder care matters, then you owe it to yourself and to families across America to become a professional member of the National ElderCare Matters Alliance and to be listed on the many Elder Care / Senior Care Directories that are sponsored by this National Alliance of Elder Care Professionals.

For additional information about professional membership in the National ElderCare Matters Alliance, (including the many benefits of becoming one of our ElderCare Matters Partners) and to download an Application for your Basic, Premium or Partner Membership in the National ElderCare Matters Alliance, visit: ElderCare Matters Alliance.