knows what defines the term "seniors"
today, but if you're looking for resources that
addess the needs of being in your 50s, 90s,
or anywhere in between, you will find some helpful
links here. Having a chronic illness doesn't
mean that you have to put fun, ministry, or
even healthy habits aside.
Church (USA) Office of Older Adult Ministries
The purpose of this ministry of Assemblies of
God is to encourage who are 50 and over to participate
in activities that foster spiritual growth and
health, age-level educational pursuits, evangelistic
outreach, and wholesome fellowship events.
The "E-cyclopedia" of housing
options and information for retirement,
finance, insurance and care.
National Council on the Aging
Founded in 1950, this national network
of organizations and individuals is
dedicated to improving the health and
independence of older persons; increasing
their continuing contributions to communities,
society and future generations; and
building caring communities.
Helps thousands every day to find programs
for people ages 55 and over that may
pay for some of their costs of prescription
drugs, health care, utilities, and other
essential items or services.
of Baby Boomer Women
The National Association of Baby
Boomer Women is the only association
devoted to addressing issues concerning
38 million of the healthiest, wealthiest,
and best educated generation of women
to ever hit midlife, baby boomer women
Senior Care Directory
This is free to anyone and everyone, and provides
a comprehensive listing of resources by state
in seven categories: housing resources, transportation
resources, home care, end-of-life care, legal
resources, financial planning and management,
and health care. Your visitors will also be
able to access our articles that include how-to
guides and even a blog on senior care issues.
Again, the directory as well as our articles
and blog are free to anyone and everyone, and
have been an extremely valuable resource in
This organization connects older Americans and
their caregivers with sources of information
on senior services. The service links those
who need assistance with state and local area
agencies on aging and community-based organizations
that serve older adults and their caregivers.