The following agencies have cooperative arrangements with Active
Seniors Options. We have reviewed each company and web site in this list,
and are confident of the authoritative and helpful nature of the content.
If you are interested in establishing a cooperative link arrangement,
please email us.
These web sites are not necessarily cooperating agencies but have something special
to offer those interested in successful aging. The order in the list does not represent importance, priority, or recommendation.
|Addiction Treatment Finder
|| www.rehabinfo.net/ |
| Our mission is to edcuate our visitors through research-based, expert written content.
We are dedicated to providing comprehensive information about addiction, treatment options and the path to full recovery.
Our site recently launched and now I'm putting in a lot of hard work on a larger campaign to help promote independent,
responsible information on addiction recovery.|
|Web Site: Home Care Blog
| Topics include Internet Use Reduces Depression in Seniors, Alzheimer’s and Marriage, and New Test May be Early Indicator of Alzheimer’s.|
|Web Site: A Good Daughter, Inc. Blog
| Topics include How Painting Helps the Alzheimer Brain, Four Stages of Resolution for Alzheimer’s, Should Hospice Patients Get the Seasonal Flu Vaccine?, H1N1 Vaccine Guidelines, Demystifying "ObamaCare", Anxiety Disorders, and More Than 35 Million People Have Alzheimer's - World Alzheimer's Report.|
|Book: Listen to the Wisest of All
|| www.listentothewisest.com |
|Authors Rita Blockman and Kimberly Morin During interviewed and tape-recorded the life stories of individuals
between the ages of 88 and 104 over a two-and-a-half year period. The interviewees honestly and eagerly
have shared unique insights on a myriad of subjects, offering priceless wisdom that could affect generations to come.
The interviewees shared inspiring quotes, their strong spiritual beliefs, their advice to the younger generation of today,
and how they all were deeply touched by friendship, poetry, music, or nature. |
|Web Site: Agingparents.com
| Legal and healthcare information and family conflict resolution in one place from a highly experienced nurse-lawyer, psychologist team. Free professional articles, toolkit and podcasts help families learn about handling common difficulties in dealing with aging loved ones.
|Web Site: www.agewiseliving.com/
| Working by phone, provides adult children with information, options, resources, and solutions to make informed decisions and coaching to enable families to implement their decisions by choice rather than crisis.|
| A one-stop-shop for eldercare, with national access to professionals in aging, information, discussion boards, blogs, useful website links, a store, and more.|
|Web Site: Alternatives for Seniors
| This free service allows people to browse and order brochures for a variety of senior housing and other services. They can also order a free hard-copy directory online.
|Web Site: Boomer Care Technologies
| This agency specializes in at-home technologies assisting with safety, prevention and independence. Its aim is to provide the right device and strategy to keep us all living safer in our homes.|
|Web Site: Care Changes
| This is a FREE senior referral service helping families find assisted living, memory care, retirement communities, home care and other senior care options.|
|Web Site: Care.com
| This Senior Care Directory is free, and provides a comprehensive listing of resources in seven categories: housing resources, transportation resources, home care, end-of-life care, legal resources, financial planning and management, and health care. Visitors will also be able to access articles that include how-to guides, and even a blog on senior care issues.|
|Web Site: Caregiverlist
| Helps educate Seniors and their loved ones about care choices, including the costs, services and options available.|
|Web Site: Carepathways.com
| Created and maintained by RNs dedicated to providing seniors and their families access to quality information and creditable services. On-line access to extensive care facilities database and personal care, mobility, safety, and comfort products.|
|Web Site: Caring Caregivers Guide
| A resource for the family caregiver, professional caregiver and medical field personnel.|
|Web Site: Generations United
| Generations United (GU) is the national membership organization focused solely on improving the lives of children, youth, and older people through intergenerational strategies, programs, and public policies.|
|Web Site: Coping with Caregiving
| Jacqueline Marcell is an author, publisher, radio host, national speaker, and advocate for eldercare awareness and reform. She hosts an Internet radio program "Coping with Caregiving" heard worldwide.|
|Web site: DrugWatch.com
| DrugWatch.com is an awareness group that aims to educate the public about prescription drugs, over-the-counter medications, and medical devices that have the potential to cause patients serious harm. The website is continually updated with drug recall news, recent FDA approvals, drug interactions, side effects, and current developments in the medical field. In addition, patient advocates help patients get the treatment and care they deserve. There is a special section for seniors.|
|Web Site: Gilbert Guide
| An online guide for locating services and long term care providers.|
|Web Site: National Center for Assisted Living
| The National Center for Assisted Living (NCAL) is the assisted living voice of the American Health Care Association (AHCA). NCAL is dedicated to serving the needs of the assisted living community through national advocacy, education, networking, professional development, and quality initiatives.|
|Web Site: Maxi Aids
| Products for independent living.|
|Web Site: National Association of Nutrition and Aging Services Programs
| A national membership organization providing resources and information on healthy aging to professionals who work with aging adults.|
|Web Site: Paying for Senior Care
| The website saves families hours of research time and can help you discover resources of which you were previously unaware. |
|Web Site: A Place for Mom
| A free referral service for families in search of senior care options. An eldercare adviser discusses the elderly loved ones’ specific situation and provides resources and housing options tailored to their needs.|
|Web Site: SNAPforSeniors
|| www.snapforseniors.com/ |
| Provides senior living and care options.|
|SAMHSA Treatment Facility locator.
| The Facility Locator is the most comprehensive database of treatment providers available but does not provide answers for many of the practical questions that individuals and families have.|
|Web Site: Social Security Administration
| Provides benefits information.|
|Web Site: United States Dept of Health & Human Services
|| www.aspe.hhs.gov/poverty/08poverty.shtml |
| HHS poverty guidelines |
|Web Site: You Can Be The One
| Provides information on a variety of age-related health issues such as memory loss, dementia, Alzheimer’s, etc.|
We have not reviewed all of the following sites at length, so there is no
implied endorsement, but many of them offer extremely useful information.
If you find a broken link or have an additional site
to suggest, please email us.