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Best Sites for Seniors

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Award winners determined using an algorithm that takes into account website popularity measured by traffic and the quantity and quality of reviews over a 12-month period
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WebMD

Love the information on this site. I visit it often.
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AARP

AARP is very resourceful. The forums are great to exchange ideas on products, inusrance and everything for and used by Seniors. They are always offering new things for the senior population.
I am a new patient of Dr. Patel and I find he and his staff to be extremely professional, pleasant and truly concerned about me the person and not a diagnosis. I'm addressed by my name. Dr. Patel makes sure I know what he's treating and how he is going to treat me. He encourages questions and is...
Great blog that covers the most recent advances in how older adults can age in place. It is useful as there are not many sources where one can quickly see the latest advances that can help aging adult live independently at home.
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...
I have been to many centers and there has been great learning and socialization happening. A great place for 50+ to spend time at.
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...
My parents have used this since they decided they did not want to live with us anymore. I feel safer knowing that they can call 911 at any given moment.
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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