Listed below are some of the agencies and programs that help seniors and their caregivers.

Agency/Service Website Description of Services Other Contact Info
AARPAARP.org Medicare Resource Center and more
Home Instead Senior Carecaregiverstress.com Information on end-of-life discussions with loved ones, home care, self-care.
Senior Health ResourcesMedlineplus.gov Senior Health Videos
Family Caregiver Alliancecaregiver.org Family Caregiver Alliance supports and sustains the important work of families nationwide caring for adult loved ones with chronic, disabling health conditions.
Medicaremedicare.gov Information on home health services, identity theft, as well as medical providers and coverage.
Recall Reportrecallreport.org Help for people injured by defective drugs and medical devices
Alzheimer’s AssociationAlz.org Education and Resource Center
Administration on Agingusa.gov Part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (800) 677-1116
Elder Careeldercare.gov The eldercare site can help you locate adult day programs, financial and legal assistance, housing options, in-home services and more.
Elder Helperselderhelpers.org The Elder Helpers program aims to match volunteers with elders in need of help within their own community.
Nursing Home Abusenursinghomeabusecenter.com Protecting and caring for seniors to prevent abuse in nursing home and care centers.
Elder Serviceseldercare.org Find what you need among a wide range of supportive services, as well as information and advice, to help older people and people living with disabilities remain safe and independent in their own homes.
Nursing Home Abuse Blognursinghomeabuse.org Tips and discussions around senior abuse and neglect in care facilities.
Consumer Safety Guideconsumersafetyguide.com Recall information for consumers: Medical Devices, Prescription Drugs, Food Saety and More
Assisted Living Resource Guideseniorguidance.org Find assisted living facilities in your area

 

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These resources are provided as a courtesy to our readers. Jane Daly has not been paid for endorsement, and is not in any way affiliated with the agencies and businesses listed.