Ohio joins elder movement online with website for Senior Citizens and caregivers

13,000 free Ohio listings and current news now available online for people 50 and older.

COLUMBUS, OHIO - The Ohio Seniors Network (OSN) website has been launched to provide Ohio's Senior Citizens and caregivers direct access to resources, experts and news county-by-county from an independent source. The site includes a database of over 13,000 resource contacts that can be searched by county and by need or area of service. The site provides current news and advice from noted experts in areas of concern to people over 50 and those that care about them. Questions can be asked of the OSN experts for their input. All information, expert columns and news is provided free of any charge. The site address is:
http://ohioseniorsnetwork.com

The Ohio Seniors Network site has been created to provide an independent resource to people over 50 and those who care for them as a way to find services, expert information and news in each county of Ohio. Resource listings cover areas of concern to seniors including hospital care, home health care, exercise, financial planning, elder law and more. News articles cover a wide range of current topics and are kept fresh and current by the editorial staff of OSN and its network of experts.

The OSN site, http://ohioseniorsnetwork.com, is a part of the movement online by people ages 50 and older. The PEW Internet and American Life Project notes that 78% of the population ages 50 to 64 use the Web for research, news, and health information gathering. The study also notes that the fastest growing group online is those persons 74 and older. (web.pewinternet.org) For more information about the Ohio Seniors Network contact:
Anne Heater
Ohio Seniors Network
614-545-1288
Email: aheater@ohioseniorsnetwork.com
Web: http://ohioseniorsnetwork.com

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