"When you need a quick answer or advice about an elder care matter, who can you ask?"

Answer: The experts of the national ElderCare Matters Alliance and www.ElderCareMatters.com are now offering a NEW Ask an Elder Care Expert service.

Each week one of our 1,150+ elder care experts will answer your family’s important questions about elder care matters – from legal, financial, housing, healthcare, etc.

If you would like to ask one of our Elder Care Experts a question about his/her areas of expertise, just send a short email (a few sentences only please) to: questions@ElderCareMatters.com

Every day we will post one of your questions along with an answer provided by our Featured Elder Care Expert of the Week to the homepage of www.ElderCareMatters.com (which is currently visited by thousands of families each week). Your may be one of the questions posted. Of course, we’ll keep your question anonymous and generic so that every family may benefit. Not to worry.

So bookmark www.ElderCareMatters.com and visit us daily as questions about a wife range of elder care matters are answered by some of America’s top elder care professionals with years of experience helping families plan for and deal with the issues of aging.

Phillip G. Sanders, MBA, MSHA, CPA
Founder & Chief Executive Officer
ElderCare Matters, LLC

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