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Best Sites for Seniors

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I subscribed newsletter "Men's Health" and I am happy with that - always great information explained in a short way

AARP is the official site of the AARP non-profit organization. Don't confuse it with which is essentially there to sell insurance. Although oriented to seniors, there is tons of information and advice applicable to anyone. There is so much stuff on this website it is like drinking...
You can learn how to look after yourself and your family. That's important! is a great place to plan trips as a single adult. They plan the trips out completely and make it quite affordable. You don't have to be nervous traveling alone, because you're with a group of like minded individuals traveling solo, looking for the same type of history adventure...
SeniorNet is a great program. The classes are conducted in a comfortable, pleasant atmosphere that is conducive to learning as well as meeting new friends. The cost is minimal while the opportunity to learn is tremendous. What a wonderful "service" to the seniors in our community.
I love caregiver as it has connected me to a world of information and people who are all dedicated to helping us take care of our parents.
I have personally ordered from Claflin many times for office medical equipment and they have an excellent customer service department and fast and reliable shipping. They have products for both medical offices as well as products for patients such as scooters. Prices are extremely competitive...
Our doctor recommended philips lifeline as being one of the better companies that sell medical alerts. He said not to go with the ones on the TV informercials,
I know homeinstead is like a chain or something like that but our homeinstead has been great and the caregivers have become a part of our family.
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