Elder Law Resources - local, state & national
National Clearing House for Long-Term Care Information, US Department of Health & Human Services Information on planning and paying for long-term care, listing of certified geriatric-care managers
National Institute on Aging Information on health, publications, trials, links to other health and aging sites
The National Council on Aging (NCOA) Nonprofit service and advocacy organization – assistance with benefit programs that can help you pay for medications, health care, food, utilities, etc.
National Organization of Professional Geriatric Care Managers Directory of health and human services specialists that assist in caring for older relatives
Elder Care Locator Find elder care help in your community regarding numerous issues: nursing home, nutrition, transportation and more
Alzheimer’s Organization Provides information about Alzheimer's disease, resources, research advances, publications, free newsletter & blog
Official U.S. Site for Medicare Medicare– find plans, enroll in plans, assistance, etc.
New Jersey Websites
New Jersey Chapter of Alzheimer’s Association General resources, plus “Senior housing finder”-- list of all licensed care facilities in the state
Senior Services Division of New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services Gateway to information on senior & community services, health systems & facilities, senior benefits
University Medical Center at Princeton’s Acute Care of the Elderly (ACE) Nursing Unit Information on the hospital’s specially designed unit for elder care
New Jersey Hospitals Alphabetical listing of hospitals in New Jersey
Princeton Senior Resource Center Events, resources, exercise, learning, volunteering and more– an "engaged retirement" place for seniors living in Princeton NJ
The Forgetting: A Portrait of Alzheimer's / Elizabeth Arle / PBS The Alzheimer’s Project / HBO
How to Care for Aging Parents, Virginia Morris
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