Online Resources

A variety of online resources that we hope will be of help to our seniors and their families.

We encourage you to contact us with suggested additions to this list.

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BenefitsCheckUp.org

Developed and maintained by The National Council on Aging (NCOA), BenefitsCheckUp is the nation's most comprehensive Web-based service to screen for benefits programs for seniors with limited income and resources.

Area Agency on Aging

The Lewis-Mason-Thurston Area Agency on Aging (LMTAAA) is a local governmental agency that provides home and community services for seniors and adults with disabilities to help them remain living in their own homes.

Nursing Home Abuse Center

According to the National Center on Elder Abuse (NCEA), approximately 1 in 10 Americans aged 60+ have experienced some form of elder abuse. It is estimated that upwards of 10 million seniors are abused each year. Many seniors move to elder care and nursing home facilities expecting to be treated with dignity and respect, only to experience various forms of abuse and neglect. This growing epidemic is wrong and we need to put an end to it. The Nursing Home Abuse Center team is made up of healthcare professionals and advocacy communicators. Their mission is simple: To be the top online resource educating the public on the risks of senior abuse in an attempt to save lives and rebuild shattered trust.

AARP

Founded in 1958, AARP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan membership organization that helps people 50 and over improve the quality of their lives.

Buyer's Guide to Medic Alert Systems

Pogo.com Online Games

Pogo is a great place to play free online games, including online puzzle games, online word games, online card games, and online board games.

 

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Administration on Aging (AoA)

The mission of the Administration on Aging (AoA) is to help elderly individuals maintain their dignity and independence in their homes and communities through comprehensive, coordinated, and cost effective systems of long-term care, and livable communities across the U.S.

Aging & Disability Services Administration (ADSA)

Serving adults with chronic illnesses or conditions and people of all ages with developmental disabilities.

AgingWashinton.org

The Washington Association of Area Agencies on Aging (W4A) is a membership organization made up of 13 Area Agencies on Aging (AAA) in Washington State. The organization seeks to enhance the effectiveness of each AAA through a strong agenda of information, debate, advocacy and education.

Area Agency on Aging

The Lewis-Mason-Thurston Area Agency on Aging (LMTAAA) is a local governmental agency that provides home and community services for seniors and adults with disabilities to help them remain living in their own homes.

BenefitsCheckUp.org

Developed and maintained by The National Council on Aging (NCOA), BenefitsCheckUp is the nation's most comprehensive Web-based service to screen for benefits programs for seniors with limited income and resources.

Community Action Council

Our multi-purpose organization focuses on meeting the needs of low-income individuals and families through a variety of programs designed to help them become independent and more self-sufficient.

Home Care Referral Registry

The Home Care Referral Registry matches Washington State residents who receive publicly funded in-home care services with screened and pre-qualified home care workers.  The Referral Registry can match you with qualified, pre-screened home care providers that are ready to work. You can access the Registry when you need it.

Medicare.gov

Medicare.gov is a consumer beneficiary Website that provides access to information about Medicare, Medicare health plans, contact information and publications, as well as information about health care fraud and abuse and nursing homes.

MesotheliomaPrognosis.com

Mesothelioma is cancer caused by exposure to asbestos that most often forms in the lining of the lungs or abdomen. As it grows and spreads, different physical and mental effects are felt in the body. Understanding what to expect, as well as receiving the proper resources and information from qualified experts, is a step in the right direction to treating this rare cancer.

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