Senior Housing Startup Launches in Sacramento to Help Families Easily and Transparently Find Communities for Aging Relatives

SACRAMENTO—Today, Seniorly.com, an online platform that empowers families to make better decisions when searching for senior housing options, announced an expansion into the Sacramento area. Seniorly has already partnered with 41 communities in Sacramento, including Harmony Home Care, Carlton Plaza of Sacramento, Summerset Senior Living and more. In celebration of Open DataFest in Sacramento and National Sunshine Week, Seniorly Founder and CEO Arthur Bretschneider announced that the site uses state open data on community inspection reports from the Department of Social Services, to bring more transparency to the senior housing search process.

“Seniorly is excited to bring the outdated senior housing search into the 21st century for families in our state’s capital,” said Bretschneider. “Our search engine for senior housing gives families the power to easily view community inspection reports and reviews all in one place. In recognition of Open DataFest and Sunshine Week, I am calling on state leaders to make even more information on senior housing communities readily available to the public.”

Seniorly introduced a series of new features to make the search for senior housing even easier. These include consolidated ratings and reviews, a “compare communities” function allowing families to analyze options side-by-side, and an upgraded family portal that helps relatives communicate with each other as they make housing decisions.

Seniorly recently expanded their services to the East and South Bay. With more than 500 Bay Area senior communities and over 100 communities in the East and South Bay already on their site, Seniorly has been called a “Yelp for senior living options.”

Connect with the Seniorly Team online or directly at (415) 570-4370.

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Seniorly.com is the trusted decision making platform on aging options that provides families with peace of mind by offering comprehensive information on senior housing options in the San Francisco Bay Area, Sacramento and Los Angeles.

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