Liberty HomeCare & Hospice Services Launches Homecare-Help.com Web Site to Serve Caregivers

WILMINGTON, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Liberty HomeCare & Hospice Services has announced the launch of a new web site devoted to caregivers and their needs.

Homecare-Help.com is designed to be a caregiver resource, and features original articles, videos and other content, as well as aggregated news content from other sources. The site discusses the latest issues relating to home care and hospice, and includes a dedicated caregiver support center and discussion board.

Caregivers can also determine whether home care or hospice could be a viable option in the treatment of their loved one through interactive surveys, and also have resources to contact medical professionals.

Recent content includes tips about how to talk to your doctor, suggestions for how to best avoid side effects in prescription medications, and how to cope with the loss of a parent. Caregivers and other visitors to the site can subscribe to receive new content as it is posted, and FAQs, tips and checklists are also available.

About Liberty HomeCare & Hospice Services

Liberty HomeCare & Hospice Services is a leading provider of home care and hospice services in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia, serving more than 15,000 patients annually. Liberty is one of the largest independently owned healthcare providers in the Southeast. For more information, visit www.homecare-help.com or www.facebook.com/libertyhomecare.



CONTACT:

For Liberty HomeCare & Hospice Services
Kevin Cary, 704-262-1118, [email protected]

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INDUSTRY KEYWORDS:   Technology  Internet  Health  Hospitals  Managed Care

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