The Internet is teeming with aging resources and websites. There are federal and state resources to assist you in finding information, services, housing, and support. There are senior living and aging-related websites created specifically for the older audience. Some of these sites are terrific and loaded with interesting, helpful content about wise, healthy aging... while others may not be worth a second visit.
It is always absolutely crucial to verify that a site is trustworthy and provides accurate, reliable information. Some sites are designed to look like trustworthy resources, but are actually sales tools for companies that may not have anyone's best interests at heart. Be careful.
Of course, personal opinions about any website can be subjective. A site that appeals to one individual may seem lacking to someone else. It can take time and searching to find the sites you like best.
The websites on this page have been compiled with input from various resources and visitors to www.seasonedtimes.com. The sites may or may not appeal to you. Seasoned Times is not associated with any of the sites, and we DO NOT endorse them or attest to the quality or accuracy of their content. If you come across an aging-related website you enjoy and would like to add to our list, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the phrase "website suggestion" in the subject line. Thank you... and happy web surfing!
Use the links below to find local services, resources and housing for people in the "seasoned times" of life.
Produced by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the site includes articles, brochures and other publications with information for older people on a wide range of health issues, such as arthritis, cancer, health fraud, and nutrition.
This section of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website promotes health, chronic disease prevention, and quality of life among older Americans.
Produced by the National Library of Medicine, MedlinePlus provides information on diseases, conditions and wellness issues in easy to understand language. It includes information specific to aging.
One of the Institutes and Centers of the Nation Institute on Health, the NIA is involved in research activities dedicated to understanding the nature of aging and is dedicated to supporting the health and wellbeing of older adults as well as to extending healthy, active years of life for more people.
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The Alzheimer’s Association works on a global, national and local level to enhance care and support for all those affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementias.
* Seasoned Times is not associated with any of the senior/baby boomer websites listed above. We do not endorse them or attest to the quality or accuracy of their content.
The official U.S. Government Site for Medicare. Provides information, forms and additional resources.
The National Council on Aging (NCOA) is the nation’s leading nonprofit service and advocacy organization representing older adults and the community organizations that serve them. The NCOA helps seniors navigate the challenges of aging in America.
The National Center for Assisted Living (NCAL) is "the assisted living voice of the American Health Care Association (AHCA). NCAL is dedicated to serving the needs of the assisted living community." The site's consumer resources page (above link) provides information for prospective and current assisted living residents and their families.
Derived from the Latin meaning silver, Argentum conveys strength and a sense of gravitas while giving a nod to the “silver generation” we all serve. Argentum is the largest national association dedicated to professionally managed, resident-centered senior living communities and the seniors and families they serve. Since 1990, Argentum has advocated for choice, accessibility, independence, dignity and quality of life for all seniors.
A booklet (pdf file) from www.eldercare.govdesigned “to increase your understanding of your housing choices—and help you make informed housing decisions. This booklet provides an overview of the many housing options now available. It also discusses key benefits and challenges to consider for each housing option and describes the primary legal considerations relevant for each option.”
The National Institute on Aging operates the Alzheimer's Disease Education and Referral Center (ADEAR) Center as a current, comprehensive, unbiased source of information about Alzheimer’s Disease.