Many older people who live in the community do so with the help of a support team: family or paid care providers who ensure a safe and manageable environment. Occasionally that team needs a break- maybe a respite from caregiving demands or a temporary absence due to other obligations. What then happens to the senior living in the community? Well, one San Francisco startup is hoping to respond by becoming “the Airbnb of assisted living.” Welcome to Seniorly, a web based service to link seniors and their families with assisted living options. Recently, Seniorly has started a short term stay program: in the areas it serves, Seniorly will connect assisted living facilities that have temporary space with community dwelling seniors in need of a short term stay. Currently Seniorly only operates in California: but if successful, it’s likely this program would have nationwide appeal. Curious about this new service? Read Here.