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Fairfax, July 25, 2020 -- The Northern Virginia area Fairfax, Arlington and Loudoun counties are soon to have a new option for senior adults and those who can use a bit of extra help in their daily, non-medical needs.

CaringAide is a new app that will change the way families cope with loved ones who may have specific needs or cannot be alone for extended periods of time.

Starting in the fall of 2020, people will be able to find vetted companionship for their loved ones via the new app. All potential “Buddies” will go through a stringent background search and be carefully selected before being considered for contracts. All buddies will come well prepared with masks, gloves, and will take extra precautions in order to ensure the client’s safety during this current worldwide climate.

The app will function in a way similar to today’s service apps like Uber and Door Dash. Anyone needing specific assistance can use the app to have a “Buddy” come to them and provide the assistance needed.

Companionship provides seniors with a sense of security, knowing there is someone there to help keep them safe when necessary, and also provides peace of mind for family members. Most seniors want to stay living at home for as long as possible and meeting their desire to age in place has many advantages.


“The goal of the app is to allow people who need a bit of extra assistance to have the opportunity to find someone quickly and easily without having to bother family members or friends. The aides have the option of working and are expected to help with simple tasks such as grocery shopping, doctor’s appointments, X-ray /MRI/ Lab appointments, simple chores, help with short rides for getting medicines, or just being around for companionship,” said Chalet Chawla Founder of CaringAide.

Caring Aide is still in the development phase but has plans to start work in fall of 2020. The app and its team are currently looking for dependable people who would be willing to be a special part of someone’s life as per the President of the Company- Krishna Kakaraparti

“This is an ideal job for medical assistants, nursing students, nurse’s aides, college students, and drivers for ride apps looking to make extra income on the side. All potential contractors of Caring Aide will be vetted with background checks, driving record checks, and any other pertinent information to be sure they are safe,” said Praveen Venkatesh, CEO of the Caringaide IT solutions LLC

Interested individuals will be able to apply through the app. The launch date is set for Fall of 2020.

Learn more at


Media and Contact Person: Ajith Cherian - Chief Information Security advisor

Caring Aide IT Solutions LLC



19254 Mill Site Pl, Leesburg VA 20176


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