Senior Reference Sites

Click on links to go directly to the referenced web sites below:





  • Eldercare Locator (800-677-1116)
    http://eldercare.gov/
    The Eldercare Locator, a public service of the Administration on Aging, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is a nationwide service that connects older Americans and their caregivers with information on senior services.

  • BenefitsCheckUp
    https://www.benefitscheckup.org/

    Many adults over 55 need help paying for prescription drugs, health care, utilities, and other basic needs. There are over 2,000 federal, state and private benefits programs available to help, but many people don’t know these programs exist or how they can apply. BenefitsCheckUp is free service of the National Council on Aging (NCOA), a nonprofit service and advocacy organization in Washington, DC. BenefitsCheckUp asks a series of questions to help identify benefits that could save you money and cover the costs of everyday expenses. After answering the questions, you will get a report created just for you that describes the programs you may get help from. You can apply for many of the programs online or you can print an application form.

  • National Council On Aging
    http://www.ncoa.org/
    The National Council on Aging (NCOA) is a nonprofit service and advocacy organization headquartered in Washington, DC. They are a national voice for older Americans and the community organizations that serve them. They  bring together nonprofit organizations, businesses, and government to develop creative solutions that improve the lives of all older adults.

  • IRS - Senior & Retiree Information
    https://www.irs.gov/individuals/seniors-retirees
    Common questions and answers for retirees and seniors.


  • Retirement Toolkit From the Department Of Labor
    http://www.dol.gov/ebsa/pdf/retirementtoolkit.pdf
    The U.S. Department of Labor's online retirement toolkit to help workers navigate the murky waters of Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid. Downloads a PDF document.


  • Places That Lend A Hand For Seniors & Caregivers
    An AARP article by Paula Spencer Scott provides a wealth of information for Caregivers. 

    For example, one resource is the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging. 
    How that it helps: These government-funded agencies (623 across the country) help you connect to specific programs where you live, such as respite care, support groups, education and training, and emergency assistance
    http://www.n4a.org/

    To read the entire article that includes a long list of resources, click on the web link below:
    http://www.aarp.org/home-family/caregiving/info-2015/caregiving-help-resources-caregivers.html


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