At last we are delighted to announce the launch of our new website.
This new website will be a way to communicate with our clients, volunteers, donors, community partners, associates, and the community at large, about who we are, what we do and how we can be of service to our website visitors. It will be a platform to showcase what we are most passionate about, helping seniors live independently in their homes.
We will post the latest in services and programs, stories from our clients and volunteers, as well as, information from our Board and staff. We will continue to update our resource section, to make it easy for you to find referrals you may need. It is our hope that you will return to check out the latest posts. Our website is a work in progress and we will continue to add new features as we go along.
We hope you like the fresh new look to the website and the improved navigation that will allow you to find the information you need more quickly and easily.
We want to acknowledge Donna Young, our website designer and manager for her commitment and devotion to this project. We also thank Rajeev Prasad, Founder/CEO of PayBee, for providing his technical expertise and website experience in an effort to make our website the best it can be.
We value your opinion
Please contact us to let us know what you think of our new website – all comments and feedback are welcome. Please also let us know if you cannot find something or would like to make any suggestions for new information or topics.
Here is a short tutorial on how to navigate our site
Our site has a navigation bar at the top that will take you to the major pages our our site. On the top of these pages there is a slider or slideshow. Use the arrows on the left and right edges to click through the slides and learn more about us. If you already know where you’d like to go — click the links on the home page to take you to Request Help, Donate, or Volunteer.
Each major page or topic provides explanations of its sub pages or sub topics. Clicking the blue headers or text on any page will go to the page to which it is linked. Try it!
Use the back arrow on your browser window to get back to the previous page.