Here you will find hands-on information for caregivers that will assist you in planning, education and care. It is important that you take advantage of the many resources to make the task of caregiving as easy as possible.
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Health information for older adults. This website for older adults was developed by the National Institute on Aging and the National Library of Medicine, both part of the National Institutes of Health. It is designed to be used by people with low vision, can be enlarged and has voice.
National Council for Aging Care
Resources for smart and active seniors.
The Medicare website offers a variety of resources to find out all you possibly could about Medicare. Use the “Medicare Compare” feature to compare your options for Medicare.
National Institute on Aging
Leading the federal effort on aging research.
The Resource Directory for Older People
A Cooperative Effort of the National Institute on Aging and the Administration on Aging
Social Security Online
The official web site for the Social Security Administration.
Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services
Information and resources for older Texans and their families.
Texas Silver Haired Legislature
The Texas Silver-Haired Legislature strives to promote good government for all Texans by directly involving Senior citizens in the legislative process. TSHL provides a nonpartisan forum for discussion and debate of Senior issues, advocacy training and an avenue through which older citizens may serve as a resource to both public and private sectors.
U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging
The Special Committee on Aging serves as a focal point in the Senate for discussion and debate on matters relating to older Americans. Often, the Committee will submit its findings and recommendations for legislation to the Senate. In addition, the Committee publishes materials of assistance to those interested in public policies which relate to the elderly.
The West Texas Cares project is a collaborative initiative between Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and Area Agencies on Aging that is focused on caregiver outreach and education to meet the needs of rural family caregivers in West Texas.
Wednesday April 1, 2020