101 Resources for Seniors

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Providing resources for Seniors is important for many reasons. Resources offer ways for seniors to find services that are much needed, provide educational programs for the elderly, and overall to help connect the senior community as a whole. Here are the most searched resources for both the elderly and caregivers, our loved ones.


The resources available for a member of AARP is almost endless. Members receive benefits from a variety of categories: healthcare, pet assistance, restaurant discounts, vehicle or property insurance, travel discounts, and health and wellness plans. The site features articles on how to best protect yourself from fraud and Identity theft. To become a full benefits member, you must be at least fifty years of age. However, people under fifty can receive an associate membership. 

2. Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels America is an organization supporting more than 5,000 community-based programs across the United States.  They are dedicated to addressing senior isolation and hunger and work to serve communities throughout America, with over two million staff and volunteers, delivering nutritious meals, offer friendly visits, and provide safety checks to the elderly. Their goal: to strengthen communities, one senior at a time.

3. National Council On Aging

National Council of Aging is among the top leading organizations working to provide innovative community programs and services, online assistance, and advocacy for older adults from sixty and beyond. Their mission: to improve the lives of older adults struggling with everyday activities and the health and economic security of millions of elderly in the nation. The NCOA helps individuals from age 60 and up and partners with both nonprofit organizations and government agencies. 

4. Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE)

National PACE Association, an interdisciplinary team of professionals, is designed to provide the best elder care that older adults can receive and created to offer the individual, family members, caregivers, and professional healthcare providers to meet the needs of its patients, so they can live a fulfilling life and be a part of a community of helpful people. Most care services are covered by Medicare or Medicaid.

5. Eldercare Locator

Eldercare Locator is a public service search engine, providing many resources for older adults. They offer resources on support services, transportation, housing, health resources, explanation of elder rights, benefits, and insurance, including helpful hints on long term care plans. The site is sponsored by the U.S. Administration on Aging.

6. National Association of Area Agencies on Aging

The National Association of Area Agencies on Aging is created to help older adults and individuals with disabilities live with dignity throughout their senior age. The organization is tax-exempt, understands the value of life, and supports people as they age. Training and educational events are offered while establishing strong healthy adult programs and engagements.

7. National Institute on Aging

The National Institute on Aging (NIA) provides numerous resources for aging individuals in finding information on almost any topic. The site offers resources for Alzheimer’s research and funding offers guidance and meeting times on the National Advisory Council on Aging (NACA) and provides updated health information on subjects such as caregiving, mental and cognitive health, healthy eating, and end of life care.

8. Health Finder

Healthy Finder is part of the Health and Human Services Commission. The site provides several types of programs for older adults and the elderly, including tools to help seniors stay healthy and fit in their later years. The site is a public service agent, promoting programs that improve the health and wellbeing of seniors and their family members. The programs and services offered are meant to help seniors learn to live independently in their homes and communities.

9. Our Senior Care

Our Senior Care is designed to provide the best long-term care to the elderly and older adults needing services that help them live as independently and safely as possible while transitioning through the most challenging times of their lives. Our Senior Care will offer many services that help seniors with activities of everyday life either at rehabilitation centers or at home.

10. National Directory of Home Modification and Repair Resources

The National Directory of Home Modification and Repair Resources offers a listing of services and programs that businesses from across the U. S. that helps senior citizens remodel or repair their home to fit their needs. The re-modification process is usually low-cost and simple to renovate for changes such as adding grab bars in bathrooms, ramps for easy access, and removing hazards like throw rugs to prevent falling.  The Directory is for informational purposes only. It is wise to use your own judgment when contacting resources.

11. Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit organization, helping families build and improve their homes. Affordable housing helps build strong and stable communities. Through advocacy, the organization helps millions of individuals and seniors who may be struggling with housing insecurity.  One of Habitat’s goals is to promote self-reliance through shelter.

12. Help Guide

 HelpGuide is an independently funded nonprofit organization, offering tips on how to live healthy as we age and cope with changes in older adult life. HelpGuide provides articles on healthy aging, staying connected with loved ones, boosting your mental health, and creating a meaningful life as we age.

13. American Seniors Association (ASA)

The American Seniors Association (ASA) offers adults fifty and up benefits in traveling, home, auto security, health, and wellness, and much more. ASA is an independent conservative voice for older adults and is connected to the AARP. Real Estate benefits are also available to seniors wanting to invest while in their retirement.

14. Association of Mature American Citizens (AMAC)

The Association of Mature American Citizens is a nonprofit organization offering help to Americans 50 and older.  AMAC focuses on American values, free speech, the exercise of religion, equality of opportunity, the sanctity of life, rule of law, including the love of family, and many benefits from all levels while enriching the lives of all seniors. Members can benefit from a restaurant, retail, and travel discounts, roadside and planning assistance, competitively priced insurance products, and an array of other cost savings and economic benefits.

15. Christ Above Politics (CAP)

The Christ Above Politics resource for seniors provides similar discounts and tips that AARP does yet from a Christian Perspective. The Site is for fifty and up and helps seniors find a bunch of discounts and benefits in ways to save money, save time, and improve their lives while supporting the body of Christ. CAP offers several memberships to choose from.

16. The Seniors Coalition (TSC)

The Seniors Coalition was founded as a public advocacy group that fights to repeal the Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Act. Over the past three decades, TSC has rapidly grown its advocacy groups to include issues that concern America’s senior citizens at every level. The organization is one of the largest grassroots advocacy organizations in Washington, D.C., and has numerous supporters nationwide. The coalition works to promote a responsible America nationwide.

17. 60 Plus Foundation

The 60 Plus Foundation is a nonprofit organization that seeks alternative solutions to senior problems and issues originated in the private sector.  It is part of a free enterprise system, which explores opportunities and challenges that have impacted seniors while working to enhance the quality of life for all American senior citizens.

18. Social Security Administration

Social Security Administration provides retirement benefits to people who are 62 or older. In some cases, benefits may be available to adults who are younger than 62; for example, those who have been deemed disabled before they reach 62 or have received benefits due to the loss of a spouse. To receive full retirement benefits, seniors need to have worked and received earnings for 35 years or more.

19. United States Department of Health and Human Services

The Health Resources and Services Administration has been assisting seniors for nearly 55 years. It has increased from only two health centers to almost 1,400 across the United States, including US properties. Health centers provide the best care to older adults regardless of their inability to pay. As of 2019, the centers have provided care to nearly eight million mental health patients, including counseling and treatment services to seniors.

20. Justice in Aging

The Justice in Aging resource provides help to seniors by offering health care, food assistance, medical supplies, and medicine through the legal system. They believe that every senior deserves quality health care and sufficient resources to keep their heads up, especially in trying times. Justice in Aging addresses poverty in our senior community and works to fight it by partnering with legislative and advocacy organizations.

21. Medicaid Innovation Accelerator Program

The Medicaid Innovation Accelerator Program (IAP) is designed to improve the health and healthcare of Medicaid beneficiaries while reducing the overall cost of ongoing payment and delivery system reforms from each state. The program offers targeted technical support, tool development, and cross-state learning opportunities.

22. Center for Medicare Advocacy

The Center for Medicare Advocacy offers seniors access to different types of medical coverage that suits each individual’s needs and explains what services are available with each coverage offered. This is important to know, especially for seniors who are not familiar with the difference of plans, such as part A, part B, or Part D coverages. The Center for Medicare Advocacy also shows seniors the rules on how to appeal claims for coverage.

23. National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare

The National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare (NCPSSM), founded in 1982, came together by former Congressman James Roosevelt, which was the son of President Franklin D. Roosevelt who signed the Social Security Act into law. It states it is a nonpartisan, nonprofit 501(c)(4) organization, providing information to seniors. It is the Nation’s leading advocacy group that fights to protect Social Security and Medicare. The NCPSSM receives no federal, state, or local government funding. The members of NCPSSM engage the community and participate in petition drives, letter campaigns, surveys, and polls.

24. National Parks & Federal Recreational Lands Lifetime Senior Pass

This resource is located in the U.S. Geological Survey site and offers seniors access to senior passes at national and federal parks located across the nation.  The pass- “America the Beautiful” – “National Parks & Federal Recreational Lands Senior Pass“, helps seniors receive discounts to many national parks and campgrounds nationwide. To be eligible, seniors must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents and ages 62 or over.

25. State Health Insurance Assistance Programs (SHIP)

The State Health Insurance Assistance programs (SHIP), designed to empower, educate, and assist Medicare-eligible individuals and caregivers, especially seniors and their families, through unbiased outreach programs, counseling, and training. This helps seniors make health insurance decisions with the knowledge that will optimize their access to the right care and benefits they truly deserve and are searching for.

26. RXAssist

RXAssist is considered the internet’s most current and comprehensive directory of Patient Assistance Programs, run by pharmaceutical companies.  They provide free medications to individuals, including senior citizens who cannot afford the cost of medicine. Practical tools, news, and articles are also found on the site for easy access to patients and healthcare providers.

27. State Pharmaceutical Assistance Programs

State Pharmaceutical Assistance Programs have been helping seniors and disabled individuals for more than a few decades. The programs aid eligible individuals who lack insurance coverage for medications who normally cannot afford to pay for them on their own. These programs have assisted pharmaceutical companies in 42 states.

28. Internal Revenue Service

The Internal Revenue Service is a resource where you learn how to file your taxes, when to file, and how to report any changes (whether related to income or death) that may have occurred during the fiscal year. There is also information geared only to seniors that may need assistance with filing.

29. Catholic Charities USA

Catholic Charities USA offers help to any individual in need, especially the older population. Some services that are provided to seniors are affordable housing, food and nutrition services, refuge relief services, and advocacy assistance. They are also committed to providing services that promote a healthier lifestyle; whether it be the physical, mental, or spiritual wellbeing of each person in need.

30. Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program

LIHEAP provides many resources, information, and links to organizations working to advocate for the older population and low-income families struggling to meet their essential needs on a monthly basis.  The LIHEAP offers programs to help with utility bills, minor home repair issues, and works to keep families safe and healthy. 

31. United States Environmental Protection Agency

The United States Environmental Protection Agency does more than just work on building a greener world for all who live here; provides tips on outdoor living, offers facts and statistics of water usage information, and shows how we can save money on WaterSense products for our homes.

32. United States Department of Energy (DOE)

The US Department of Energy has worked hard over the past several years in creating more jobs for the American people, finding fresh ideas through innovation, and building better energy-efficient ways to bring the cost of energy down for the American people. Saving money for people in America is always important; however, the elderly have a greater need for savings and should be a priority. The site provides many tips for seniors on how to keep their energy bills down.

33. National Older Worker Career Center

NOWCC offers job positions to eligible professionals, age 55 and up, with part-time and full-time opportunities at government agencies throughout the country. The job options consist of non-federal, grant-administered positions yet do not compete with private-sector wages.  The Job duties and tasks range from clerical and administrative to technical and scientific. NOWCC is a nonprofit organization. 

34. Experience Works

Experience Works helps seniors and other individuals find purpose in job-seeking tactics such as job training, volunteerism, and employment opportunities. The services provided at the organization help thousands of people escape poverty, create outreach opportunities within communities, and learn to live independent lives.        

35. Senior Service America

The Center for Workforce Inclusion, formally called Senior Service America, has been providing programs to help low-income older adults and seniors to find employment for decades. Their focus has always been on servicing the communities in which seniors live and offer training and programs designed to empower older workers and provide federal funding through the U.S. Department of Labor.

36. United States Department of Labor

The U.S. Department of Labor understands that there are more older adults and seniors still working as they age. These capable, experienced, and skilled individuals have much more to share and are considered valuable assets in the workforce. However, due to either age-related disabilities or pre-existing conditions, the USDL is providing workplace practices that can benefit the older generation and keep them active in their golden years.

37. Corporation for National and Community Service-Senior Corps

AmeriCorps Seniors are made up of dedicated volunteers trying to make a difference in their communities. Over the past several decades, seniors age 55 and up have become volunteers in serving their communities through AmeriCorps Seniors programs, which is led by AmeriCorps; the federal agency for service, volunteering, and civic engagement. AmeriCorps Seniors has worked with more than 200,000 older adults in volunteer service since its beginning. 

38. NHC Group, Inc.- Senior Job Bank is a job resource site, specifically for the baby boomer generation or individuals age 55 and older. The site is committed to connecting employers with qualified older adults seeking a job. Employers can advertise the job qualifications they are looking for and seniors can then research which openings will best fit their career.  

39. Administration on Community Living

The Administration for Community Living has made it their commitment to providing a way that older adults and people with disabilities can live independently and with whom they choose while participating in community events and receiving services through community-based organizations for support. ACL provides these services to millions of Americans each year.

40. Caregiver Action Network

Caregiver Action Network is a nonprofit organization and the nation’s leading family caregiver organization working to improve the quality of life for 90 million Americans caring for loved ones with either chronic conditions, disabilities, or disease. Services to parents of children with special needs, families, and friends of wounded soldiers, couples dealing with a diagnosis of MS, or adult children caring for parents with Alzheimer’s disease.

41. Women’s Institute for a Secure Retirement

The Women’s Institute for a Secure Retirement (WISER) dedicates their services to the older population in improving long-term financial security to women through education and advocacy. The WISER organization provides resources to women on a variety of topics, such as caregiving, financial fraud and scams, long term care, and retirement planning.

42. United States Securities and Exchange Commission

This site is perfect for seniors wanting to know more about investments and when is the best time to invest. In reality, it is never too early to invest. However, there are tips on this site that the United States Securities and Exchange Commission provides to individuals who are learning about investments later in life; including how to handle the financial burdens of a passing spouse.

43. Family Caregiver Alliance

The Family Caregiver Alliance (FCA) has been assisting seniors and disabled individuals for over 40 years. The organization has supported families and friends that care for their adult loved ones with chronic, disabling health conditions such as  Alzheimer’s, stroke, Parkinson’s, and other illnesses nationwide by improving their quality of life.  

44. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is a government agency that helps people with financial burdens learn to manage their money and provides guides on how to pay bills for loved ones who are unable to do so. 

45. National Aging in Place Council

The National Aging in Place Council (NAIPC) offers services for the elderly such as education advice, advocacy, and accessibility needs. Many service providers will provide help in housing, health, transportation, education, entertainment, and financial help, including pandemic resources. They have local chapters in many states throughout the US. 

46. United States Housing and Urban Development (HUD)

The US Housing and Urban Development organization, specifically called HUD, is open to most low-income families and seniors. The organization is a government-run agency that determines what kind of assistance or living arrangement an individual needs, what health insurance may be covered, and what the person can afford. A HUD-approved counselor is appointed to each senior or family to answer all their questions. 

47. Village to Village Network

The Village to Village network is made up of grassroots organizations promoting neighbor to neighbor support and providing guidance and resources to help communities grow including supporting the senior population around them. 

48. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Although there are many resources on the Department of Health and Human Services site, this page which is funded by the federal government specifically shares information on  Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia care help, plus research and support to those caring for parents who may have these illnesses. 

49. U.S. National Library of Medicine

Sponsored by Medline Plus, this resource page site provides everything a senior or older adult needs to know about what is Dementia, how it affects the body, and who is at risk of Dementia as they age. 

50. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

This next site provides information on finding the right nursing home for your loved ones when the time is near. Sponsored by, the site allows you to choose the location and offers tips to tools for comparing different types of nursing facilities.

51. National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization

Commonly called NHPCO, the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization strives to enhance its objectives in hospice care and expands access to care through a holistic approach to the health of those suffering from hospice while providing comfort, peace, and dignity in this time of need. 

52. National Center for Assisted Living (NCAL)

The National Center for Assisted Living (NCAL) provides seniors and individuals with disabilities a variety of information on the types of services they offer, which includes help with everyday activities, 24/7 nursing care from skilled professionals, and individualized person-centered care while allowing the resident to keep their independence. 

53. Senior Care

The site is a free and reliable resource providing a directory of information to seniors or loved ones on independent living options, nursing homes, or advanced nursing facilities for themselves or an older parent; each option can be customized to fit your budget. 

54. Falls Prevention Center of Excellence

The purpose of the Falls Prevention Center of Excellence is for seniors or adults over 65 to build independence, have the assurance to take the right safety measures, and develop prevention programs for seniors and their families. 

55. Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion

The Disease Prevention and Health Promotion site offers physical activity guidelines for Americans ages six and older. Once you click on the PDF handbook, seniors can scroll down to the section that provides guidelines for the elderly or adults with disabilities and read the activities recommended for their personal health and wellbeing. 

56. National Institute on Drug Abuse

As the aging population continues to increase in number, there is a greater need for medications and treatment plans to help seniors throughout their daily lives. Monitoring drug use is essential for the health of the elderly and disabled individuals. The National Institute of Drug Abuse provides addiction treatment programs and researches the effects of drug use in the older population.

57. American Psychological Association

On this page of the American Psychological Association, it shares the different types of demographics and facts about aging that portrays the elderly of today’s society. It is predominantly clear that there will be more older adults living compared to children as we head into the middle of the 21st century. 

58. Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network

The Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network provides information about transplant recipients and donation trends of people 50 and older. According to the website, the majority of transplant recipients in America went to individuals who were over 50; which accounts for approximately 12,675 transplants. 

59. Medline Plus

Medline Plus provides many resources to seniors looking for help from specific help topics, drugs and supplements, explanation of medical testing, and genetic conditions in the elderly. It also offers healthy recipes to live a healthy lifestyle for seniors. 

60. National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders

The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders offers everything you need to know about hearing loss and what type of treatments are available. According to the page, approximately one in three people between 65 and 74 has hearing loss, and almost half of those 75 or older have difficulty hearing. 

61. American Academy of Audiology

Here is another resource for people over 65 who may be dealing with hearing loss and looking for hearing impairment treatments for aged individuals. The American Academy of Audiology offers strategies for intervention, along with an explanation of what role an audiologist plays for people with hearing issues.  

62. National Agricultural Library

The National Agricultural Library site provides seniors with guidelines and standards for community supported agriculture. The site’s purpose is to help senior citizens who are farmers or growers find mutual support while sharing the risks and benefits of food production with the American people. 

63. Local Harvest: Community Supported Agriculture offers more information on community-supported agriculture. It explains how consumers have used it over the past 25 years to buy local, seasonal food from a farmer directly. 

64. Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is a great resource for seniors wanting to stay healthy and understand what nutrients are needed for their aging body. There are side links on the site that provide healthy tips. 

65. American Optometric Association

As we age, our eyesight can show signs of blurry vision or cataracts. The American Optometric Association provides seniors with eye problems such as cataracts on the causes and risks that are involved. The site also explains the right treatment to help solve or prevent cataracts from getting worse. 

66. Mission Cataract USA

This resource, Mission Cataract USA, is another place for seniors or people who may be suffering from cataracts and is looking for information on receiving the best care to help fix their eye condition. 

67. American Diabetes Association

The American Diabetes Association provides information on Diabetes Care with a variety of articles on standard care and improving health for those who are diabetic or may have signs of prediabetic symptoms. 

68. Glaucoma Research Foundation

The Glaucoma Research Foundation offers facts to seniors or individuals looking for information about glaucoma, and how to care for your eyes by use of medication, surgery, or a combination of glaucoma treatments. The site also offers support resources. 

69. BrightFocus Foundation

BrightFocus Foundation is working to fund innovative scientific research throughout the US and beyond, to defeat debilitating illnesses such as Alzheimer’s, macular degeneration, and glaucoma. This brings hope to the elderly and all who may suffer from these conditions. 

70. American Association of Geriatric Psychiatry

The American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry promotes mental health practices for the older population by providing professional education, public advocacy, and support of career development for professionals such as clinicians, educators, and researchers in geriatric psychiatry and mental health.

71. Better Business Bureau-BBB Scam Tracker

 No one wants to be a victim of a scam, yet many seniors are taken advantage every day from either scams or fraud. The BBB works to prevent these scams by putting alerts on insecure websites or from others calling in and reporting cases so other seniors and victims do not fall for the same scam. 

72. American Library Association

This toolkit handbook, as part of the American Library Association, provides keys to engaging the community of older adults. The handbook includes services and programs available to the elderly which are administered by librarians across the country. 

73. Daily Caring

Daily Caring is your one-stop-shop for the most practical and useful tips, advice, personal stories, and resources a loved one or senior is looking for about caregiving and aging; taking the stress out of caring for an aging parent or just useful information for yourself. 


CHATS stands for Community & Home Assistance to Seniors. They provide resources that will help seniors and disabled individuals with services such as transportation, home safety, community programs, and Interpretation assistance.

75. The Center for Social Gerontology, Inc. (TCSG)

TCSG is a non-profit research, training, and social policy organization; dedicated to promoting the individual autonomy of seniors and advancing their well-being in society. 

76. Preferred Care at Home

 Preferred Care at Home offers high-quality in-home care to senior citizens at affordable rates. Services include companionship, meal preparation, hygiene assistance, medication reminders, transportation, and more.

77. Green House Project

The Green House Project creates homes for seniors which includes private bedrooms and bathrooms, a living room with a fireplace, and plenty of outdoor space easy for accessibility.

78. Home Care Association of America

The Home Care Association of America (HCAOA) connects both innovators and suppliers to help assist and support families by offering resources to help them as they enter the senior age and by strengthening their independence.  

79. Alliance for Retired Americans

The Alliance for Retired Americans brings important issues on aging to the table to retired American and senior citizens. Some information shared includes Medicare and Medicaid, Social Security, Pensions, Prescription drugs, and Fair Trade. 

80. ASA-American Society on Aging

ASA helps the aging community fight for equity on behalf of those less fortunate or undeserved. ASA provides resources to seniors to use such as programming and advocacy services. Their goal is to inspire equity in aging.

81. Well Spouse Association

The Well Spouse Association’s mission is to provide emotional peer-to-peer support to the wives, husbands, and partners of the chronically ill and/or disabled through local chapter conferences and online resources. 

82. CaringBridge

The Caring Bridge provides an ad-free platform, connecting loved ones for updating health issues or asking for encouragement while going through an emotional journey. 


CARIE is an advocacy coalition that works to assist seniors needing help to navigate specific senior care issues while working to protect senior legal rights through reformations.

84. Legal Advocates for Seniors and People with Disabilities

Legal Advocates for Seniors and People with Disabilities (LASPD) is an advocacy organization offering programs to help seniors and disabled individuals become debt-free.   

85. National Indian Council On Aging, Inc. (NICOA)

 The National Indian Council On Aging (NICOA), a nonprofit organization, focused on providing needs to the aging population of American Indian and Alaska Native elders.  They offer help to 12 Bureau regions of Indian Affairs, located west of the Mississippi River.       

86. SAGE

 SAGE is a national advocacy and services organization providing resources for LGBT elders since 1978 so they can have a fulfilling life. 

87. Peace Corps

The Peace Corps is considered a service opportunity for anyone to get involved, including seniors. Their goal is to inspire the world to come together with local leaders to change the world as one human race. 

88. Points of Light

Points of Light is an organization, which is one of the World’s largest volunteer communities, working to change the way people care for the community and the world, showing empathy over apathy. 

89. Service Corps of Retired Executives

SCORE is made up of volunteer business mentors that works to keep small businesses flourishing and surviving, even during challenges and hardships. 

90. Pension Rights Center (PRC)

The Pension Rights Center works hard to make sure that all senior citizens older receive enough money to live on as they enter retirement.

91. John A. Hartford Foundation

John A. Hartford Foundation is dedicated to improving the care of older adults while meeting their needs and helping them achieve independence. 

92. Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving

The Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caring has been caring for both older adults and children with illnesses or terminally ill disorders that no longer can care for themselves. Their website provides many resources with lots of support for the caregiver. 

93. Volunteers of America

The VOA is a nonprofit organization that offers many services to the elderly and families across America. These include housing assistance, mental health programs, community outreach services, and assistance in activities of daily living to older adults. 

94. Pets for the Elderly (PFE)

The PFE provides the support that all seniors need, companionship, and bridging the gap missing in their lives by connecting the older population with shelter pets needing a home and companionship as well. 

95. Second Wind Dreams

Second Wind Dreams is a resource for older adults. The website connects seniors to society by providing programs that fulfill their dreams and give hope to the elderly. 

96. SeniorNet: Education & Empowerment

SeniorNet is a not for profit group, dedicated to connecting older adults and technology through training and collaboration and a network of learning centers. 

97. Shepherd’s Centers of America (SCA)

Shepherd’s Centers of America (SCA) offers volunteer caregiving services to seniors and the community that they live in, as well as education programs with purpose and meaning. 

98. The National Caucus & Center on Black Aging, Inc.

NCBA is an organization designed to encourage the older adult population of African Americans to stand up for Racial Equity, learn the importance of mental health awareness, and know the effects of the Coronavirus has on this population. 

99. National Senior Games Association

The National Senior Games Association, founded in 1985, promotes healthy lifestyles for senior adults through education, fitness, and sport; they are dedicated to motivating active adults. 

100. Seniors Guide provides a variety of resources for seniors, from medical care services to retirement community information to help with home care living. Seniors can find help in almost anything they may need searching for.

101. Aging In Place

Aging in Place is where seniors and caregivers can come together and find whatever they need help with, whether it is financial assistance, learning about technology innovations, or caregiving alternatives. 


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