McKnight's earns 'best of web' accolade

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The online home for McKnight's Long-Term Care News was recently named the “Best Senior Living Industry Resource” in SeniorHomes.com's “Best of the Web” contest.

The contest featured 10 categories and a panel of 19 senior housing industry experts. According to the publication, the contest seeks to “identify the most valuable resources across the web for seniors, caregivers and industry professionals in numerous categories.”

Criteria included quality of content; credibility and accuracy; navigation and design; usability and frequency of updates.

Click here for a full list of winners.

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