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Best Sites for Seniors

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WebMD

WebMD is probably one of the best sources for medical information on the web. However, I would say the National Institutes Of Health, or the National Library Of Medicine are the top two (google them). But for the average person who wants to seek information before they go to the Doctor, WebMD is...
In this game you can imagine being a doctor. You play as the role of a new doctor in town named Abby. In the game you get to do things that real doctors do such as: giving checkups, getting the height and weight of patients, taking temperatures, taking blood pressure and pulse, doing eye...
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AARP

aarp.org is the official site of the AARP non-profit organization. Don't confuse it with aarp.com 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...
Caregiver is really an essential site for anyone who is new to the caregiving role. Our parents took care of us and now we need to learn to take care of them.
We always use Claflin Medical Equipment. They are the industry standard in their field and always deliver top notch products. We've never had an issue, as they have excellent and reliable customer service.
I needed to help my mom learn how to use skype to be able to see our children and watch them grow up. I have bought her computers for years now and with every generation of windows she gets more and more confused. I signed her up for seniornet and a local learning center and it has been...
Home instead is a great resource for your loved one's home care needs. They can help find a care giver in your area and are available for advice on common conditions such as depression, alzheimer's, and arthritis.
We feel safer knowing my mom has this now that my father has passed away. She still is very independant and isn't ready for assisted living. This gives us the peace of mind we need now that she lives alone.
My husband and I used to travel all the time in our 40's and 50's. When he passed away 5 years ago I thought those days were over. A friend told me about Road Scholar and I looked into it. It's like a travel agent for older adults looking for an adventure for the body and mind. My close...
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