Senior Links

This section was added a few years ago when we discovered valuable information while researching senior resources. Of course, one indicator for “Seniorship” is the AARP card and then the messages in the mail announcing Medicare and Social Security initiation. And then there were questions about retirement….and then there were questions about IRAs…and on and on. So many decisions! We decided to organize the URL links and begin listing them for our friends. Thank you all for sending us messages about links that were not on our list. For now, copy and paste the URL into your computer address. Soon we will have direct hyperlinks for you to try.   [Everything you need to know about the government and were afraid to ask. Actually, I used “seniors” in the search line and found many state and federal resources for seniors.]  [Websites for Senior Citizens] [Aging Solutions. Advice, comprehensive checklists, and links to key resources … designed to make it easier for family caregivers to quickly find the information they need … and avoid missing things that are important in the care of their loved one.] [American Red Cross Emergency Contact Card]   [American Seniors Association. The conservative alternative to AARP] [ Nursing Home Abuse Center.  According to the National Center on Elder Abuse (NCEA), approximately 1 in 10 Americans aged 60+ have experienced some form of elder abuse. It is estimated that upwards of 10 million seniors are abused each year. Our mission is simple, to be the top online resource educating the public on the risks of senior abuse in an attempt to save lives and rebuild shattered trust.]

* [U.S. Senate committee on aging. The committee works on legislation such as: grandparents raining grandchildren, designating National Senior Fraud Awareness Day, Seniors Struggling with Opioid Misuse, etc] [Home Mortgage and Financial Services for Seniors]

*   [Eldercare Online.Since 1997, ElderCare Online has been a beacon for people caring for aging and parents and elderly loved ones. Whether you are caring for a spouse, parent, relative or neighbor, we are committed to providing senior resources, home health care advice and an online community where supportive peers and professionals help you improve quality of life for yourself and your elder.]

*     [Department of Health and Human Services Administration on Aging. The Division of Aging Services administers a number of federal and state-funded programs that make it easier for older adults to live in the community as long as possible with independence, dignity and choice.]