As part of our mission to become your one stop for everything related to assisted living and other adult care facilities, Adult-Care.ORG offers you the following resources for and about Seniors. Although we cannot endorse any websites outside of our own or guarantee the currency or accuracy of the information contained therein, we have scoured the Internet in an attempt to find simple and reliable references. Click on the links below (they look like this: Example) to find the information you want.
This page, by the federal Office of Citizen Services, provides links to a variety of resources for seniors and caregivers, including information about government programs, employment, retirement, investment, recreation, rights, and protections.
NIH SeniorHealth is a web resource designed especially for seniors. Content is easily located, and text can be enlarged or even read aloud to meet the needs of seniors seeking information about a variety of health topics.
Medline Plus offers written and multimedia guides to help consumers plan, choose, and pay for medical care, plus directories of services, journal articles, and updated news.
Search for customized information to help you understand long term care options, cost, and financing options.
The IRS provides this guide to preparing your taxes.
Helpful suggestions for planning ahead by the U.S. Department of Labor.
A general guide to estate planning and links to more information.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development answers basic questions about reverse mortgages.
The purchase of a $10 Senior Pass allows lifetime access—for the holder of the pass as well as all other passengers in the same vehicle—to National Parks, National Forests, and a variety of other federally managed sites.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration offers helpful tips to keep aging drivers safe on the road.
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