Senior Citizens' Resources | USA.gov
This web directory will help you find sites and information about a broad range of topics relating to seniors, from caregivers to volunteerism, health to travel, and many more.
American Association of Retired Persons
(*) AARP is a nonprofit membership organization of persons 50 and over dedicated to addressing their needs and interests. There is information on health and legal issues, travel, money and work, family and home, fun and games, and learning and technology. Join, or use the site for free, in Spanish as well as English.
Oregon Unit on Aging
From Oregon Senior Services, this site helps you find information for older people about nutrition, legal aid, in-home support, and much more.
State of Oregon Senior Services
Oregon seniors and those who care for them can find a number of resources on a wide variety of subjects through this site from the state.
Benefits Check Up
This site from the National Council on Aging helps seniors find benefit programs to meet their needs. Look for assistance with prescription drugs, utilities, food, and health care from private, state, and federal agencies.
Aging and Disability Resource Connection of Oregon
Use this site to find resources that match your needs. Start with a needs assessment, and then look for community services, local assistant, and licensed facilities in Oregon.
National Council on Aging
Find information here about living well as you age. Resources can be found under topics such as health, independence, economic security, and community.
This tool, provided by the US Administration on Aging, allows you to search for senior services in your area, or by topic. Topics include legal assistance, home repair and modification, long-term care, and elder abuse prevention, among others.
This official government site for Medicare helps you find out about drug and health plans, find doctors, gap coverage, check your enrollment status, and find answers to your Medicare questions. This site is available in Spanish.
US Administration on Aging
This site from the US Department of Health and Human Services is a great starting place for information about aging. Get statistics, find programs, check for government benefits, and a lot more at this site.
From the AARP, this guide provides resources for grandparents raising grandchildren. Find information under topics such as finances, housing and safety, education, childcare and special needs, and others.