Guest Post Guidelines

I welcome well-written guest posts on issues relating to caring for elderly parents. You don’t have to be an expert in this subject area, but you do need to be able to write authoritatively about it.

You can discuss an issue, review a product, summarize a recent finding, or point us toward a useful resource online…

Posts should be a minimum of 300 words. Longer is better. I reserve the right to edit or reject any posts, even if I’ve said I would look at the full article.

You may include one hyperlink in your bio, which will run at the bottom of the article. Links in the article are fine as long as they are relevant.

From 2013 forward, I only allow links to aging-related sites.

If you’re interested, fill out this form. I’ll get back to you with a go-ahead if I think your idea will work on the site.

If you don’t hear from me within a day or two, fill out the form again. I’ve had issues with submissions getting lost in the interwebs.

Guest Post Inquiry

  • Working title is fine. You're not necessarily committed to it.
  • Legit websites only. No gambling, porn, spam, crap, scams, junk, etc. Your site doesn't have to have anything to do with aging parent issues, but it can't reflect poorly on my site.
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