Holiday Retirement's website named best senior living website in 2014 by SeniorHomes.com
LAKE OSWEGO, Ore. (May 20, 2014) – Holiday Retirement, a leading provider of independent retirement communities and other senior living options, was named winner of the "Best Senior Living Provider Websites: Large Companies” by SeniorHomes.com for its website, http://www.holidaytouch.com. The 2014 Best Senior Living Awards were announced on Monday at the annual Assisted Living Federal of America conference in Phoenix, Arizona. SeniorHomes.com is one of the most comprehensive online senior living resources in North America.
“We are thrilled to be recognized for providing a resource to help people make an informed decision about how to plan for retirement,” said Kai Hsiao, Holiday’s president and chief executive officer. “Earlier this year we unveiled a new website with helpful resources, interactive tools and faster access to information so seniors and their families could quickly become familiar with the Holiday Retirement lifestyle and find the information that’s relevant to their needs. This award underscores our commitment to innovate senior living.”
About Senior Living Awards
Senior Living Awards finalists (based on popular vote earlier in the year) were rated by senior living experts based on a set of standardized, category-specific rating criteria. Finalists were evaluated on criteria such as the breadth and depth of content provided on their websites and the quality, accuracy, and uniqueness of content. More than 150 finalists were judged by the expert panel, encompassing more than 21,000 votes from the online community.
“We’re helping companies and experts with value to offer get noticed and gain visibility in the senior living community, while at the same time helping a family caregiver find an excellent source of information for the challenges she’s facing,” said Chris Rodde, CEO of SeniorHomes.com.
“We want our website to be a resource to make the transition to senior living as seamless as possible, and help seniors and their families make that transition with ease,” added Hsiao.