News Coverage

“’s mission — to enhance the quality of life of the elderly and their families with immediate solutions through products and information — succeeds with a no-nonsense, well-organized cyber-approach … has created the perfect example of a site that looks great, loads quickly and keeps visitors interested,” The Washington Times newspaper, March 19, 2000 Sunday edition.

“This is a well-designed collection of stories and articles on everything from housing alternatives to up-to-date information about the latest arthritis treatments.” The Cincinnati Post newspaper, July 10 , 2000.

In the February, 2000 issue of MORE magazine, was listed as one of eight Internet resources in a “Caregiver’s Rolodex” for the issue’s “When They Need You” caregiving article.

In the January 23, 2000 Sunday edition of The Morning Call newspaper in Allentown, PA, an article about handy gadgets for older adults mentioned AgeNet’s Senior Shopping area as a place for the “Internet savvy” to purchase adaptive devices that help the elderly maintain their independence.

In December, 1999, AgeNet co-founder Doug Hennig was a guest on Guy Kemp’s “Computer Daze” radio show which is broadcasted by the Talk America Radio Network. The topic of the show was the AgeNet web site and the Holiday Eldercare Checklist.

In the December 6, 1999, issue of TIME magazine, was one of two Internet sites listed as “particularly helpful” in the article titled, “The Caregivers.”

On November 26, 1999, was highlighted in the Chicago Tribune Media Services’ “Web Site Spotlight” syndicated column titled, “From aging, to investing, to genealogy to pro basketball.” is an “All-in-one site that offers practical solutions like medication reminders, a will-creation service and reviews of herbal supplements and vitamins,” Access Internet Magazine November 21, 1999.

In November, 1999, AgeNet co-founder Doug Hennig was a guest on “This Evening with Judith Regan” on the Fox News Channel. was a resource link for Oprah’s “Are You a Good Daughter?” segment aired on October 21, 1999. Dealing with issues of guilt and anxiety, “Are You a Good Daughter?” discussed the caregiving issues of people “sandwiched” between aging parents and their own children.

In Jan Warner’s September, 1999 Next Steps column which is syndicated in 270 papers nationwide, was highlighted as a “terrific website” that “provides a wealth of information on topics of specific interest to senior lifestyle, peace of mind and well-being…”

In April 1999, Commitment one of the Internet’s top online e-zines for women, selected AgeNet as one of their websites of the week and published an interview with AgeNet co-founder David Williams.