October 29, 2015 – Is “too much information” a problem? Attorney Jay Jaser of Milford, CT thinks so. As an Elder Care Attorney, Jay has spent the last 26 years helping improve the quality of life for our senior community. Among his legal services, Jay helps his clients navigate through an overwhelming amount of resources, information, and services needed for our seniors to live an optimal life.
“There was nowhere to turn for many of our seniors to find the information they need quickly and easily, and we desperately wanted to change that.” Said Jay.
Today, Jay is translating his decades of senior service into the development of an online community called Senior Help Desk.
“Senior Help Desk strives to enhance the lives of our seniors through the organization and accessibility or resources. We strive to offer the most comprehensive, interactive, and sharable resource center for finding community trusted professionals, resources and services for our seniors.”
Visitors to the site can expect an intuitive user experience that will allow them to join discussions, find local events, and hire just the right services needed. With over 250 unique categories, users and companies alike will find the information they need quickly and easily.
“We believe that Senior Help Desk not only benefits seniors, but it’s a powerful tool for healthcare professionals to collaborate and share knowledge.” says Jaser.
Senior Help Desk is free for everyone to use, and unlike most other websites, does not have pop-up ads or share personal information to third party companies.
“To unleash the potential of this community tool, we are offering healthcare professionals an upgrade to Premium Business Member for one year if signed up by November 30.” comments Jaser.
The site can be accessed via the address www.seniorhelpdesk.com