The reason for this separation is that the family has a very real service for which they do not pay. They actually become farmers belonging to either the Internet Recommendation Service or the local service. It would be fairer for families to be paid for the service and for the problem to go away. A family fills out a form with an online referral agency. You talk to a councillor on the phone and receive a list of municipalities by email. I would be happy if they would just decide that they would run in a way that would blow up the socks of Internet recommendation companies (oops, can I say that? Sorry Caring.com). At the end of the day, this type of legislation is likely to make it worse for everyone. A few weeks ago, I received an email from Chuck Bongiovanni, the founder of CarePatrol, the largest senior investment system in the nation, in which he said he had a breakup story for me, and he`s right. CarePatrol favours the concept of senior placement service as opposed to referral services, as they focus on providing personalized, hands-on services for families. This means that a trained counsellor meets with the resident and/or family member in an environment, discovers what they need and can afford. They then travel through mandated elderly communities.
CarePatrol is probably the largest organization that provides this type organization, but it`s far from the only one. Chuck and many local employment agencies across the country have banded together to form a non-profit organization called The National Placement and Referral Alliance. Its objectives include: the company derives its revenues from remittances to institutions and providers within its network of partners, including nursing homes, housing and assisted memory communities, independent housing for the elderly and home care services.   The creation of a fair marketplace, as defined by the Alliance, for example, lead disputes can lead to significant friction when a recommendation comes to A Place for Mom, but a community of older people has already made contact and counts that person as an organic lead. A few weeks ago, I received an email from Chuck Bongiovanni, the founder of CarePatrol, a system of franchised referrals for the elderly, in which he said he had a breakup story for me, and he`s right.