Senior Health Expert Launches New Blog and Resource for Baby-Boomers

Jody Guerrieri of Preferred Care at Home’s Senior Home Care Blog Educates and Prepares Seniors and Families for an Easy Transition into Senior Years

Boca Raton, FL, May 22, 2009 --( A new senior health blog has been developed to facilitate discussion on key topics related to senior home care and the difficult, but important, topics surrounding it. Preferred Care at Home’s Senior Home Care blog ( addresses various topics to promote early and late senior health.

Much of the blog’s content is original material generated by Preferred Care at Home, a national home care franchise company dedicated to providing reliable, compassionate and affordable care to improve quality of life while safeguarding independence and dignity in the comfort and security of home.

The key contributor, Jody Guerrieri, R.N., is the Vice President and Co-Founder of Preferred Care at Home. As a Registered Nurse for over 28 years, 25 of those years in home care, Jody understands the factual and emotional sides of the industry. She is passionate about providing the best services and resources for those in need of care.

“The foundation for which Preferred Care at Home is based relies on understanding seniors and providing outstanding care. I have a great, ever-increasing desire to research and develop only the best practices for all Preferred Care at Home owners. Inspiring and motivating Preferred Care at Home to always strive for excellence in care,” says Guerrieri.

America is growing older. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the senior population is “expected to double from 35 million to 70 million over the next 20 years.” By mid-century, older Americans will outnumber younger Americans for the first time in history.

Individuals entering their senior years can find helpful information on topics of interest and interact with a senior health expert. “Although Preferred Care at Home has branched out across the country, I make a priority of mingling with the community. Technology has made it possible for this to take place nationally and potentially globally to assist those needing direction or information on care options. This is a part of who I am and what we stand for as a company,” explains Guerrieri.

If you or a loved one is in need of home care to maintain independence, or would like more information on your options, please contact Preferred Care at Home at 1-866-690-7733 or visit

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Allison Lloyd