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Benefits Checkup

Benefitscheckup.org
Find help paying for food: Get your SNAP Application now

Elder care Locator

ElderCare.gov; 800-677-1116
Call or type your zip code or city online to search for services in your community

Family Caregiver Alliance: National Center for Care giving

Caregiver.org
Click on your state on the Family Care Navigator map to locate government, nonprofit and private services in your area

Leading Age

LeadingAge.org Features a search function that helps you find care facilities that offer a variety of services in your area

Lots a Helping Hands

LotsaHelpingHands.com
People who ask, “How can I help?” can sign on to a Web-based community you create that matches volunteers with tasks and keeps members informed of everything that’s going on with the person who’s being cared for

Medicare.gov

Review and Compare Your Coverage Options, Find doctors, providers, hospitals, in-Home Care, plans and suppliers

National Alliance for Care giving

Caregiving.org
Offers a wide range of research, information and resources—such as a questionnaire that helps you assess your own health

SNAP for Seniors

SNAPforSeniors.com
For senior facilities using a variety of criteria such as type of home, apartment size, memory care services and payment options

Visiting Nurse Associations of America

vnaa.org
Click on your state to find at-home help

Aging in Place Useful Links

Use Your Home to Stay in your Home
National Directory of Home Modification Resources
Assistive Technology from the Family Caregiver Alliance
Stop Falls
Stuck in the Middle
Great Places to age
Consumer Reports (protect mom/dad’s money)
Free in Home assessment
Your home as a care setting
OTs (occupational therapist)
Hire a Geriatric Care Manager?
Virginia Livable Homes Tax Credit (see if your state offers tax credits)

InnovAge, we’ll help you live as independently as possible: Susan Sarandon -My Mom’s Story 

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