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Ticker Symbol Entity Name As Of Date Company Name Followers Employees on Linkedin Link Industry Date Added Date Updated Description Website Specialities Logo HQ.Street HQ.City HQ.State HQ.Country HQ.Postal GICS Sector GICS Industry
private:caringinplace 2958209 May 23rd, 2019 12:00AM Caring in Place™ 53 10.00 Open Health, Wellness and Fitness May 23rd, 2019 10:49AM May 23rd, 2019 10:49AM The Aging in Place movement encourages aging adults to age at home instead of within managed care facilities. As aging adults begin to deteriorate, they require clinical and logistical support. Within managed care facilities, this role is filled by the staff. With Aging in Place, the clinical and logistical support role falls primarily on Family Caregivers. Typically Family Caregivers are clinically under-educated yet willing to learn. They have little to no disposable time yet may be required to spend up to 40 hours a week supporting their loved one. They are cost conscious and expect technology to support them as caregivers. Today they do not have a standard way to coordinate care across siblings and other support groups. We believe Caring In Place® has identified an important problem in the industry and we have developed an innovative and disruptive solution by enabling family caregivers with simple, easy-to-implement suggestions on how to take care of their aging loved one. Open Open 1867 Spring Water Lane Highlands Ranch CO US 80129 Household Goods
private:caringinplace 2958209 Feb 17th, 2018 12:00AM Caring in Place™ 53 9.00 Open Health, Wellness and Fitness Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM The Aging in Place movement encourages aging adults to age at home instead of within managed care facilities. As aging adults begin to deteriorate, they require clinical and logistical support. Within managed care facilities, this role is filled by the staff. With Aging in Place, the clinical and logistical support role falls primarily on Family Caregivers. Typically Family Caregivers are clinically under-educated yet willing to learn. They have little to no disposable time yet may be required to spend up to 40 hours a week supporting their loved one. They are cost conscious and expect technology to support them as caregivers. Today they do not have a standard way to coordinate care across siblings and other support groups. We believe Caring In Place® has identified an important problem in the industry and we have developed an innovative and disruptive solution by enabling family caregivers with simple, easy-to-implement suggestions on how to take care of their aging loved one. Household Goods
private:caringinplace 2958209 Feb 16th, 2018 12:00AM Caring in Place™ 53 9.00 Open Health, Wellness and Fitness Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM The Aging in Place movement encourages aging adults to age at home instead of within managed care facilities. As aging adults begin to deteriorate, they require clinical and logistical support. Within managed care facilities, this role is filled by the staff. With Aging in Place, the clinical and logistical support role falls primarily on Family Caregivers. Typically Family Caregivers are clinically under-educated yet willing to learn. They have little to no disposable time yet may be required to spend up to 40 hours a week supporting their loved one. They are cost conscious and expect technology to support them as caregivers. Today they do not have a standard way to coordinate care across siblings and other support groups. We believe Caring In Place® has identified an important problem in the industry and we have developed an innovative and disruptive solution by enabling family caregivers with simple, easy-to-implement suggestions on how to take care of their aging loved one. Household Goods
private:caringinplace 2958209 Feb 15th, 2018 12:00AM Caring in Place™ 53 9.00 Open Health, Wellness and Fitness Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM The Aging in Place movement encourages aging adults to age at home instead of within managed care facilities. As aging adults begin to deteriorate, they require clinical and logistical support. Within managed care facilities, this role is filled by the staff. With Aging in Place, the clinical and logistical support role falls primarily on Family Caregivers. Typically Family Caregivers are clinically under-educated yet willing to learn. They have little to no disposable time yet may be required to spend up to 40 hours a week supporting their loved one. They are cost conscious and expect technology to support them as caregivers. Today they do not have a standard way to coordinate care across siblings and other support groups. We believe Caring In Place® has identified an important problem in the industry and we have developed an innovative and disruptive solution by enabling family caregivers with simple, easy-to-implement suggestions on how to take care of their aging loved one. Household Goods
private:caringinplace 2958209 Feb 14th, 2018 12:00AM Caring in Place™ 53 9.00 Open Health, Wellness and Fitness Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM The Aging in Place movement encourages aging adults to age at home instead of within managed care facilities. As aging adults begin to deteriorate, they require clinical and logistical support. Within managed care facilities, this role is filled by the staff. With Aging in Place, the clinical and logistical support role falls primarily on Family Caregivers. Typically Family Caregivers are clinically under-educated yet willing to learn. They have little to no disposable time yet may be required to spend up to 40 hours a week supporting their loved one. They are cost conscious and expect technology to support them as caregivers. Today they do not have a standard way to coordinate care across siblings and other support groups. We believe Caring In Place® has identified an important problem in the industry and we have developed an innovative and disruptive solution by enabling family caregivers with simple, easy-to-implement suggestions on how to take care of their aging loved one. Household Goods
private:caringinplace 2958209 Feb 13th, 2018 12:00AM Caring in Place™ 53 9.00 Open Health, Wellness and Fitness Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM The Aging in Place movement encourages aging adults to age at home instead of within managed care facilities. As aging adults begin to deteriorate, they require clinical and logistical support. Within managed care facilities, this role is filled by the staff. With Aging in Place, the clinical and logistical support role falls primarily on Family Caregivers. Typically Family Caregivers are clinically under-educated yet willing to learn. They have little to no disposable time yet may be required to spend up to 40 hours a week supporting their loved one. They are cost conscious and expect technology to support them as caregivers. Today they do not have a standard way to coordinate care across siblings and other support groups. We believe Caring In Place® has identified an important problem in the industry and we have developed an innovative and disruptive solution by enabling family caregivers with simple, easy-to-implement suggestions on how to take care of their aging loved one. Household Goods
private:caringinplace 2958209 Feb 12th, 2018 12:00AM Caring in Place™ 53 9.00 Open Health, Wellness and Fitness Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM The Aging in Place movement encourages aging adults to age at home instead of within managed care facilities. As aging adults begin to deteriorate, they require clinical and logistical support. Within managed care facilities, this role is filled by the staff. With Aging in Place, the clinical and logistical support role falls primarily on Family Caregivers. Typically Family Caregivers are clinically under-educated yet willing to learn. They have little to no disposable time yet may be required to spend up to 40 hours a week supporting their loved one. They are cost conscious and expect technology to support them as caregivers. Today they do not have a standard way to coordinate care across siblings and other support groups. We believe Caring In Place® has identified an important problem in the industry and we have developed an innovative and disruptive solution by enabling family caregivers with simple, easy-to-implement suggestions on how to take care of their aging loved one. Household Goods
private:caringinplace 2958209 Feb 11th, 2018 12:00AM Caring in Place™ 53 9.00 Open Health, Wellness and Fitness Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM The Aging in Place movement encourages aging adults to age at home instead of within managed care facilities. As aging adults begin to deteriorate, they require clinical and logistical support. Within managed care facilities, this role is filled by the staff. With Aging in Place, the clinical and logistical support role falls primarily on Family Caregivers. Typically Family Caregivers are clinically under-educated yet willing to learn. They have little to no disposable time yet may be required to spend up to 40 hours a week supporting their loved one. They are cost conscious and expect technology to support them as caregivers. Today they do not have a standard way to coordinate care across siblings and other support groups. We believe Caring In Place® has identified an important problem in the industry and we have developed an innovative and disruptive solution by enabling family caregivers with simple, easy-to-implement suggestions on how to take care of their aging loved one. Household Goods
private:caringinplace 2958209 Feb 10th, 2018 12:00AM Caring in Place™ 53 9.00 Open Health, Wellness and Fitness Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM The Aging in Place movement encourages aging adults to age at home instead of within managed care facilities. As aging adults begin to deteriorate, they require clinical and logistical support. Within managed care facilities, this role is filled by the staff. With Aging in Place, the clinical and logistical support role falls primarily on Family Caregivers. Typically Family Caregivers are clinically under-educated yet willing to learn. They have little to no disposable time yet may be required to spend up to 40 hours a week supporting their loved one. They are cost conscious and expect technology to support them as caregivers. Today they do not have a standard way to coordinate care across siblings and other support groups. We believe Caring In Place® has identified an important problem in the industry and we have developed an innovative and disruptive solution by enabling family caregivers with simple, easy-to-implement suggestions on how to take care of their aging loved one. Household Goods
private:caringinplace 2958209 Feb 9th, 2018 12:00AM Caring in Place™ 53 9.00 Open Health, Wellness and Fitness Feb 9th, 2017 08:57AM Feb 9th, 2017 08:57AM The Aging in Place movement encourages aging adults to age at home instead of within managed care facilities. As aging adults begin to deteriorate, they require clinical and logistical support. Within managed care facilities, this role is filled by the staff. With Aging in Place, the clinical and logistical support role falls primarily on Family Caregivers. Typically Family Caregivers are clinically under-educated yet willing to learn. They have little to no disposable time yet may be required to spend up to 40 hours a week supporting their loved one. They are cost conscious and expect technology to support them as caregivers. Today they do not have a standard way to coordinate care across siblings and other support groups. We believe Caring In Place® has identified an important problem in the industry and we have developed an innovative and disruptive solution by enabling family caregivers with simple, easy-to-implement suggestions on how to take care of their aging loved one. Household Goods

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