on Aging - Information
about AoA and its programs, plus information for older people
and their families, resources for practitioners, and statistical
information on aging.
- Aging Parents and Elder Care - A wealth of information, including
useful checklists, designed to make it easier for caregivers
to quickly find the information that they need.
Association of Retired Persons
- A wealth of information aimed at people over 50, including
health and wellness, money and work, leisure, travel, computers,
as well as information about the benefits of joining AARP.
- A free, easy-to-use service from the National Council on the
Aging that helps determine if you might qualify for any state
or federal assistance programs that are available for people
age 55 and older.
- Elderhostel - "A not-for-profit organization
with 25 years of experience providing high-quality, affordable,
educational adventures for adults who are 55 and older."
for Seniors - Online
access to government information and services of interest to
The Official U.S. Government Site for Medicare Information - Information on Medicare basics, including
the different health plan options that are available. Medicare
Compare allows users to comparison shop the plans and options
of Medicare providers, and prescription drug assistance programs.
Nursing Home Compare allows for comparisons for every Medicare
and Medicaid certified nursing home in the country.
Board on Aging - A gateway
to information about services for seniors.
- An online directory of services designed to help people of
all ages, but especially seniors and their caregivers. This site
helps identify resources such as human services, information
and referral, financial aid, and more.
- SeniorLaw - Information about Elder Law, Medicare,
Medicaid, estate planning, wills, trusts, social security, and
nursing home law.
Security Online - The
official web site of the Social Security Administration.
Duluth Public Library, 520 W. Superior St., Duluth, MN 55802