|Caring for Our Aging Parents|
|http://www.aarp.org/caregiving||A multifaceted resource that offers many forms of information.|
|http://www.eldercare.gov||Sponsored by the U.S. Administration on aging. Puts caregivers in touch with local resources.|
|http://www.nfcacares.org||An organization that supports, educates, and represents those caring for the aged.|
|http://www.cms.gov||Government contact for all questions regarding Medicare and Medicaid eligibility and coverage.|
|http://www.agingusa.com||A great site with lots of information and on-going support for those who are caring for their aging parents or anticipate doing so.|
|http://www.aging-parents-and-elder-care.com||A beginning point for defining the problems of one's aging parents and solutions for problems related to drug interactions, mobility, housing, and care giving.|
|http://www.elderstore.net||Excellent resource for all those little things that make life easier for the elderly.|
|http://www.adaptiveapparel.com||A great resource for clothing for the elderly.|
|Aging Avenues||Aging Avenues|
Learn about every eldercare issue from What does Medicare Pay For to What to Do With All Mom's Stuff and everything in between. Find resources and services to assist.
|Your Support Nurse||Your Support Nurse|
Your Support Nurse is a Nurse care manager service that helps family caregivers solve caregiving problems. They help decipher complex and overwhelming medical conditions, treatment plans, medicare & Long-term care insurance info, locate and mobilize local home care resources, understand and cope with challenging family situations regarding caregiving.
|Maturity Concepts||Maturity Concepts|
Maturity Concepts provides Care Management and Consulting services that may include Individual & Family Consultation, Assessments, Recommendations & Care Planning, Coordination of Community Resources, Medical/home healthcare, Housekeeping,
Insurance advocacy/reporting, Training/education of caregivers, Transitional and temporary services, Transportation, Alternative housing, Respite care for the caregiver, and Home Visits-Care Monitoring & Reporting.
|Active Seniors in Transition||Active Seniors in Transition|
Active Seniors in Transition has been designed for the “sandwich generation” - those with children, and also have, or will have, aging parents facing many of the transition issues, challenges and joys that come with increased longevity. For example, issues like driving, dealing with the loss of a spouse, deciding whether or not to relocate where the grand kids are, and many more key issues facing our aging population. We provide high-quality information, tools, resources, chat, and guidance to help you manage your role as the "sandwich" provider both as a parent and care taker for your parent or elders. Our web site gives you timely, cutting edge, entertaining and useful content focused on one goal: helping you help your parents age gracefully while getting the most out of life.
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