Aging / Senior Citizens Helpline
Self Help Clearinghouse
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National Council on Aging
Provides information to the aged, families and professionals.
Tubman ElderCare Rights Center
Promotes the principles of justice and dignity in the long-term care system through education, advocacy and action.
National Institute on Aging
Provides publications on topics of interest to older adults, doctors, nurses, social activities directors, health educators and the public. Sponsored by federal government.
Provides information for families and friends of the elderly (ages 60+). Referrals to area agencies on aging for information on insurance, medicaid, taxes and respite care. Information for disabled also provided on these subjects.
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