Age Safe America celebrates its 6th anniversary and launches into its 7th year with a new website, updated professional certification and free caregiver program, it announces in a media release.
The company announces the launch of its newly redesigned Age Safe America website and an updated version of the Senior Home Safety Specialist certification course. The new site’s animated scrolling homepage features Training, Certification, Membership, Referral Registry, Medical Alert Products, Free Downloads, and the new Family Caregiver Essentials program.
The About section highlights the company purpose, mission, vision, and story; as well as the leadership, advisory board, partners and news. The newly organized site navigation allows new visitors to easily explore key pages and articles, and returning visitors to quickly target the information they came looking for.
Led by Age Safe America’s Director of Education, the new Senior Home Safety Specialist 3.0 version, led by Age Safe America’s Director of Education, features a new look, color scheme and enhanced graphics to allow registrants to further delve into the many facets of home safety as it pertains to the aging population. The course aims to empower professionals with actionable ways to better help educate clients, older adults and their family members on the serious issues of home safety, fall prevention, financial exploitation and personal safety.
This unique certification boosts the market differentiation for professionals and entrepreneurs and empowers them to provide a very comprehensive aging-in-place home safety assessment, and offer clients recommendations, the release continues.
“As the pandemic drove people inside and shifted the national perspective on aging in place for all generations, the need for this information has exploded. Families looking to create multigenerational living and people deciding to make their current home into their forever home are reaching out to trained professionals in the senior services and home modification industries for advice and guidance.”
— Fritzi Gros-Daillon, Co-Founder/Director of Education for Age Safe America LLC
[Source(s): Age Safe America LLC, PRWeb]