CarePatrol Introduces Hurricane Relocation Service for Seniors
In the wake of the recent string of hurricanes affecting coastal areas of the United States, it was determined that a better solution was needed for evacuating seniors and ensuring their safety. CarePatrol launched a new website – www.assistedliving911.org – right after hurricane Harvey hit Texas and a need was seen to help get seniors to a safer place and out of the way of a natural disaster. It was then put to the test right before Florida was hit with Irma. Via this website, CarePatrol (www.carepatrol.com) was able to connect seniors and their families with providers in safe areas in Florida and surrounding states that had space available, which greatly helped with relocation to temporary housing.
Over 3,000 families who have been helped by CarePatrol representatives were contacted to ensure they knew of the new website in case they needed help again in this emergency situation. It will be used for all natural emergencies going forward to help keep seniors safe and help them take evasive action quickly when a situation like this presents itself again. The website is free to use and can be accessed by anyone in need, with all services provided by CarePatrol.
Safety is a priority that extends to all aspects of CarePatrol and its offerings for seniors and their families. For more information about CarePatrol of Nebraska, visit www.carepatrol.com or contact Theron Ahlman directly at (402) 580-2116 / firstname.lastname@example.org.