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Organizations that focus on baby boomers provide information and resources on topics of interest to those over the age of fifty. With an emphasis on the needs of an aging population, these organizations may cover retirement planning, independent living issues (including daily living aids), and caregiving concerns, among other topics.

ARCH National Respite Network Respite Locator
The National Respite Locator Service helps parents, caregivers, and professionals find respite services in their state and local area to match their specific needs.

BenefitsCheckUp provides an online resource of 1,700+ benefits programs for seniors with limited incomes. This website is run by the NCOA.

Center for Medicare Advocacy, Inc.
The Center for Medicare Advocacy is dedicated to obtaining adequate access to Medicare coverage and health care for older adults and people with disabilities.
Offers strategies and products to help people age-in-place. Information for policy-makers, manufacturers, consumers, researchers, etc. Contains a library, links, and online course information. A products section illustrates accessible designs for everyday products.

National Council on Aging
NCOA's mission is to team up with other organizations across the nation to advocate for the rights of older adults.

ResCare Home Care
Whether you or a loved one is recovering from illness, injury, or surgery, living with a chronic disability, or dealing with the natural process of aging, the dedicated employees at ResCare HomeCare are here to help. We provide professional nursing, personal care, home making, respite, and many other services in the home, the hospital, long-term care facilities, and other places of residence.


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