Senior Related Links

  1. AARP’s List of Senior Web Sites: A comprehensive listing, including all members of Congress, lots of state contacts, etc.
  2. AccentCare: provides a wide range of caregiving services that enable seniors to live independently at home
  3. Age of Reason: Claims over 5,000 web listings. We didn’t count but there is a bunch.
  4. 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.
  5. American Society on Aging – the largest network of professionals in the field of aging.
  6. BenefitCheckUp: A helpful site by the non-profit National Council on the Aging. Guide to state, federal programs helping seniors and caregivers.
  7. Center for Healthy Aging A non-profit organization whose mission is to meet the needs of aging adults and their families.
  8. Consumer Consortium on Assisted Living: The only national consumer – focused advocacy organization dedicated solely to the needs and rights of assisted living residents
  9. Double Nickels: “Welcome to 55,” a fun site with lots of links.
  10. Elder Law Answers: – A site with good legal information and more for seniors and the elderly.
  11. Eldercare Locator – U.S. service to find programs and supportive services to help people care for an older member of their family in their homes and communities.
  12. Experience Corps – Places a critical mass of older adult volunteers in schools and youth-focused organizations in their communities.
  13. Go60 – – Helping seniors improve with age.
  14. Home Based Business – A+ rated company. Simple & Safe.
  15. International Council on Active Aging we help you embrace the aging wellness movement and ride the wave of success.
  16. Long Term Care Link A comprehensive, noncommercial source of long-term care information.
  17. MatureResources – – A monthly internet magazine and business directory for Baby Boomers and Seniors.
  18. National Council on the Aging (NCOA) – the nation’s first national, nonprofit group of people and organizations dedicated to promoting the dignity, independence, well-being, and contributions of older people.
  19. National Council of Senior Citizens – The National Council of Senior Citizens works to improve the lives of the elderly and people of all ages.
  20. Senior Center – Another senior portal site.
  21. Senior-Fitness – Site on fitness by former Olympic Diving Coach Betty Perkins-Carpenter. Offers helpful books she has written.
  22. SeniorNet – . Computer training for older Americans at 175 centers nationwide.
  23., features humor and hope for those 50- to 75-years old who ‘became senior before their time.’
  24. – a directory of websites that provides information on lifestyles, goods and/or services available for persons age 50 and up.

Federal government

  1. All-In-One Government Site: – Reach all of the government sites and information.
  2. Medicare – Home page for Medicare consumers.
  3. Medicare Nursing Home Compare – Provides detailed information about the performance of every Medicare and Medicaid certified nursing home in the country.
  4. National Institutes of Health – . Provides links to several institutes, including the National Cancer Institute and National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.
  5. Social Security Administration – . Everything about Social Security and its many services.
  6. U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging – A good place to keep up with legislation affecting seniors