The Eldercare Locator is a national toll-free referral number funded by the U. Administration on Aging to assist older people and their families find community services anywhere in the country.
This site is operated by Elder Care Advocates, a private agency that works to help older Americans remain independent in their own homes for as long as possible.
Its quarterly online newsletter offers advice and information about housing and care giving.
Provides information about resources on the Internet related to aging.
It lists and describes Web sites concerned with aging-related issues, including researchers, policy makers, service providers, caregivers and students.
Care Scout is a company dedicated to empowering Americans with cost savings and quality of care information on nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and home health agencies nationwide.
Its database of 77,000 eldercare providers nationwide includes quality-of-care information, ratings, comparative data, products, and private-pay discounts on the cost of care.
Users are able to search for programs that meet their needs without knowing which agency, at what level, can deliver the services they seek.
With cross-agency participation in the site, a virtual agency has been created to help visitors locate services throughout the federal bureaucracy.
This site has eight major locations for information related to Medicare and Medicaid services.
Key topics include Medicare; Medicaid; the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP); information about the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS); information on CMS regulations and program guidance; information on CMS research, statistics, data and systems; information on CMS program outreach and education, and tools and resources. government Web site designed for people with disabilities.
The site offers primers on Medicaid, Medicare, estate planning and long-term care planning. This site offers a database of 24,000 extended care providers and over 9,000 home health care agencies.