New LifeStyles Launches New Mobile Site to Replace Helpful App
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DALLAS, TX – September 22, 2016 – As baby boomers age, the need for senior living and care options grows. Those looking for a senior community for themselves, a parent, relative, or client have turned to New LifeStyles, The Source for Seniors, for the past 30 years to find that information.
New LifeStyles has led the industry with the first national senior living and care directory site in 1995, and the first iPhone App dedicated to finding senior living options in the US.
“Traffic trends show a growing use across many mobile platforms”, said Jennifer Campbell, Online Director for New LifeStyles, “and we continue to get requests for the “Near Me” functionality.” So, New LifeStyles has released a new mobile site that mimics the “favorite feature” of the App. As long as smart phone users have their location services turned on, they can view a map or list of senior communities near them. This is very helpful when looking for a retirement community, assisted living, memory care, or nursing home for a loved one. You can check what is by the doctor’s office, work, or home, whatever is most convenient.
Digital views to New LifeStyles print guides are also on the rise. One social worker in the Austin area keeps the current edition on a flash drive & keeps it with her to print pages from nurses’ stations instead of carrying hard copies. So links to the digital guides were added to the new mobile site as well. If you have a Wi-Fi printer, you can print pages from your phone.
“We have made photo galleries easier to view, and added email forms so you can ask the providers any questions you may have”, said Doug Fusella, COO of New LifeStyles. “With mobile searches outnumbering searches on desktop computers, it’s the way to go”.
21% of searches for a senior community or care start at a directory site, like New LifeStyles.com, according to Caring.com.
New LifeStyles is The Source for Senior Living options, providing comprehensive, quality information on senior communities and care options nationwide. New LifeStyles offers 30 free print guides covering areas across the country, as well as a website, reducing the frustration of trying to find information from multiple sources, agencies, or organizations. Whether looking for a nursing home, memory care, assisted living, independent living, home care or something else, New LifeStyles can help seniors and their loved ones make the best decisions to fit their needs. For more information about New LifeStyles, call Jennifer Campbell or Doug Fusella at 1-800-869-9549.
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