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Resources for Seniors

AARP's Fraud Watch Network

AARP's Fraud Watch Network can help you spot and avoid scams. Sign up for free “watchdog alerts," review their scam-tracking maps, or call their toll-free fraud helpline at 877-908-3360 if you or a loved one suspect you've been a victim.

IRS Tax Scams Consumer Alert

Tax scams continue year-round. How to know it's really the IRS calling or knocking on your door.

7 Items to Leave at Home – Not in Your Wallet

Protecting your personal information helps stop identity theft.

AARP - Wallet Protection

Set-Up an Online Social Security Account

Why? Because it's not just a handy tool to manage your benefits. It can also help prevent your benefit payments from ending up in the hands of identity thieves.


New LifeStyles

Your guide to senior communities and care providers.

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Home Instead

Home Instead Senior Care offers in-home care services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

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Alzheimer's Association

Visit the Alzheimer's Association website for information, care consult (24/7 helpline), and safety programs including MedicAlert 24-hour location service, support groups and trial match

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American Association of Daily Money Managers

Daily money managers offer services to ensure nothing falls through the cracks including necessities like paying monthly bills, assisting with tax records, balancing checkbooks, decoding medical bills, and negotiating with creditors. Other services may include notary services, payroll management, healthcare advocacy or acting in another fiduciary capacity.

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Local Transportation

A public service of the U.S. Administration on Aging connecting you to services for older adults and their families.

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Aging Life Care Professionals

Aging Life Care™, also known as geriatric care management, is a holistic, client-centered approach to caring for older adults or others facing ongoing health challenges.

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Start of Care – Home Health

This article consists of 7 sections including home safety, safety outside your home, fire safety, care safety, personal safety & security, financial safety and food safety.

  • 100 Senior Safety Tips – A Comprehensive Guide

National Resource Center on LGBT Aging

An online clearinghouse of educational resources related to LGBT aging that includes resources for caregivers.

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SAGE (Services and Advocacy for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Elders)

The oldest and largest LGBT aging organization in the U.S. for support and information, call the SAGE LGBT Elder Hotline at 877-360-LGBT or [email protected]

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A resource to find caregivers you can hire directly.

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Eye Care Guide for Seniors

Adults ages 40 and older in the United States are at the highest risk for eye diseases. The risk raises even more for seniors aged 65 and above. 

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Elder Abuse & Neglect

Elder Abuse & Neglect is more common than you might think. Learn to spot the warning signs and what you can do to help.