eCareDiary.com Wins Today’s Caregiver Magazine’s 2010 Caregiver Friendly
Today’s Caregiver, the first national magazine for all family and professional caregivers, and
caregiver.com announce the 2010 Caregiver Friendly® Award recipients of which
eCareDiary.com is a recipient.
(Vocus) May 4, 2010 -- Today’s Caregiver, the first national magazine for all family and professional caregivers,
and caregiver.com announce the 2010 Caregiver Friendly® Award recipients. The Caregiver Friendly® Awards
are designed to celebrate products, services, books and media created with the needs of caregivers in mind.
eCareDiary.com, a new website for families coordinating long term care, is named a 2010 Caregiver Friendly
Award recipient. The site brings together free tools and resources to help simplify the enormous task of
caregiving. A main feature is the medication and appointment management tool enabling families to store and
share their loved one’s information in a secure, private place.
“The average caregiver is responsible for over $40,000 in health related expenditures each year, in either personal
or directed funds” Says Gary Barg, Today’s Caregiver magazine’s Editor-in-Chief, “This award is designed to
help family caregivers recognize and reward those organizations who will care for them in as committed a manner
as they care for their loved ones.”
John Mills, eCare Diary Founder and CEO, said, “eCareDiary.com helps simplify life for caregivers by providing
tools to help them self-manage care. We are very honored to have won the Caregiver Friendly Award and be
recognized for the assistance we provide to caregivers.”
eCareDiary.com brings together tools, resources and the support of an online community to assist caregivers and
simplify the enormous task they face. The site was founded by John Mills and Susan Baida who, despite decades
of experience in the healthcare sector, found the task of coordinating care for their parents uniquely and
unnecessarily challenging. eCareDiary w