Omaha Seniors!

Welcome to Seniors Omaha.  We are dedicated to providing resources to the local Omaha Senior Community.  Please click a link below to travel to that page.  Started early Feb 2014 our page is a work in progress.  Check back for the rapid changes and content we are implementing.

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Helpful resources and pages on aging

  • AARP – AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED PERSONS
    www.aarp.org
    AARP is a nonprofit social welfare agency which advocates for the needs of mature, elderly citizens of the U.S. They have a wide variety of large scale projects, services and initiatives.
  • ACCESS AMERICA FOR SENIORS
    www.usa.gov/Topics/Seniors.shtml
    The website to conduct business with & get information from the government…all in one place! There are links listed which connect to just about every federal government agency. You can find nursing homes and see the nursing home records (whether they have been in compliance), Medicare, Medicaid, food assistance, compare different Medicare plans, Veterans Health Administration, National Women’s Health Resource Center and many, many more links. They also include links to government information and services, organized around broad categories (which are shown on the left side of most pages). You can get information on: Benefits (both cash and medical), Health and Nutrition, Consumer Protection, Services (a hodgepodge, including the Postal Service, housing, transportation, etc), Employment and Volunteer Activities, Taxes, Travel and Leisure, Education and Training, Other Links.
  • AGING SOLUTIONS
    www.Aging-Parents-and-Elder-Care.com
    Includes a wealth of information … articles, comprehensive checklists and links to key resources … designed to make it easier for people caring for an aging parent or elderly spouse to quickly find the information they need … and to avoid missing things that are important in the care for their loved one.
  • ALLIANCE FOR AGING RESEARCH
    www.agingresearch.org
    The Alliance for Aging Research is a not-for-profit advocacy organization fighting for science policies in the nation’s capital to speed breakthroughs for greater health, vitality and longevity.
  • ALZINFO.ORG
    www.alzinfo.org/ALZINFO.ORG is a site of the Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research Foundation providing comprehensive information about Alzheimer’s disease
  • AMERICAN SOCIETY OF AGING
    www.asaging.org
    Provides education and training resources for professionals working in the field of aging.
  • BENEFITS CHECKUP – A SERVICE OF THE NATIONAL COUNCIL ON THE AGING
    www.BenefitsCheckUp.org
    A free, easy-to-use service that identifies federal and state assistance programs for older Americans. Researching these programs used to be a time-consuming, frustrating experience. But no longer. The National Council on the Aging created BenefitsCheckUp to help older adults to quickly identify programs that may improve the quality of their lives. Family and friends can also obtain facts about benefits that their loved ones may qualify for. Chances are, you will be surprised to learn what benefits are available to you, regardless of your income.
  • CARE.COM
    www.care.com/senior-care-p1023-articles-resources.html
    Companions, Nurses, and Other In-Home Elder Care Providers . A seniors’ resource including a listing of resources by state in seven categories: housing resources, transportation resources, home care, end-of-life care, legal resources, financial planning and management, and health care.
  • CAREGUIDE.COM
    https://careguide.com
    This site offers resources about aging and elder care, ranging from support with daily living, financial and legal information as well as community support.
  • CENTER FOR MEDICARE SERVICES: MEDICAID INFORMATION
    http://cms.hhs.gov/medicaid/
    Outline of services covered by the Medicaid program. Describes services provided by nursing homes and hospices; rehabilitation; personal care; occupational and physical therapy, and speech, hearing, or language disorder therapy; treatment for individuals with mental diseases; targeted case management; home and community-based care; and home health care. Discusses coverage considerations.
  • CITEHEALTH.COM
    http://citehealth.com
    This site provides reports for people researching their health care providers quality and communities at no cost. Give your Health Care Providers a Check Up. Ensure you are receiving the best care. Give your hospitals, nursing homes, rehab centers, home care agencies and other providers a free check up with these reports.
  • DISABILITY SECRETS (of Social Security and benefits)
    www.disabilitysecrets.com/
    Applying for social security disability and SSI benefits can be difficult due to how long a claim may take and the high chance of being denied. But those who are denied disability can win benefits by utilizing the appeals process. To increase the chances of winning, applicants should learn about the system and file an appeal when a claim is denied. This is the place to learn the secrets of the system from those who know it inside and out!
  • ELDERCARE CALIFORNIA: PRECIOUSHOME
    www.precioushome.com
    Looking for elder care in California? Contact PreciousHome, the leading Elder Care service agency in California. A precious home service for your golden needs. PreciousHome provides caregivers on a live-in or hourly home care basis to suppplement the care provided by a hospice agency.
  • ELDERCARE LOCATOR
    Telephone: 1-800-677-1116  (Mon – Fri 9 am to 11 pm Eastern Time)
    This is a toll-free telephone number to call. The Eldercare Locator will put you in contact with the “Office for the Aging” in your area, provides help in locating needed services in your area. (A service administered by the National Assoc. of Area Agencies on Aging and the National Assoc.of State Units on Aging.
  • ELDERCARE ONLINE
    www.ec-online.net/
    ElderCare Online is a beacon for people caring for aging loved ones. Whether you are caring for a spouse, parent, relative or neighbor, they provide an online community where supportive peers and professionals help you improve quality of life for yourself and your elder.
  • ELDERLYABUSE.COM
    www.elderlyabuse.com
    ElderlyAbuse.com is working to protect the elderly of our nation, to organize and develop resources to help Elders who are being abused in any way. They are committed to help fight any abuse, be it physical, emotional or financial. They are working to educate the public about the misuse of guardianships imposed on elders which wrongly strips them of all rights and assets. You can contact them at: esther@elderlyabuse.com
  • ETHICALWILL.COM
    www.ethicalwill.com
    Ethical wills are a way to share your values, beliefs, life lessons, hopes for the future, love, and forgiveness with your family and community. This site has information on creating an ethical will.
  • FOUNDATION AIDING THE ELDERLY
    www.4fate.org/
    Assuring our elders are treated with care, dignity and the utmost respect during their final years when they can no longer take care of themselves.
  • MEDICARE INFORMATION CENTER
    www.medicare.gov

    Medicare’s own information center for those needing information on all the services provided by Medicare.
  • NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ELDER LAW ATTORNEYS
    www.naela.org

    The mission of NAELA is to enable elder law attorneys to identify and meet client needs through the exchange of ideas and information on substantive elder law issues and the management of successful elder law practices. NAELA promotes improvement in substantive law, legal education, and ethical guidelines in serving older persons. NAELA serves as a key public policy advocate on behalf of older persons.
  • NATIONAL AGING INFORMATION CENTER
    www.aoa.gov/naic/oct00-publist.html

    Part of the U.S. Administration on Aging; This is a vast resource of very useful information on all areas of interest to the aging and their adult children. You could spend hours and hours just beginning to go through the resources listed here. You can email them at: NAIC@aoa.gov or write: NAIC, 330 Independence Avenue, SW – Room 4656 – Washington, DC 20201; Tel: (202) 619 7501; Fax: (202) 401-7620. They also provide the following hospice info. links page: www.aoa.gov/aoaroot/Press_Room/Products_Materials/fact/pdf/Hospice_Care_Guide_for_Family.pdf
  • NATIONAL ASSOCIATION TO STOP GUARDIAN ABUSE
    www.stopguardianabuse.org
    The National Association to Stop Guardian Abuse is an organization formed by victims and for victims of unlawful and abusive guardianships and conservatorships.
  • NATIONAL CENTER FOR VICTIMS OF CRIME
    www.victimsofcrime.org/library/crime-information-and-statistics/elder-victimization
    The National Center for Victims of Crime is the nation’s leading resource and advocacy organization for crime victims. Since 1985, they have worked with more than 10,000 grassroots organizations and criminal justice agencies serving millions of crime victims..
  • NATIONAL COUNCIL ON THE AGING
    www.ncoa.org

    Organizations and professionals dedicated to promoting the dignity, self-determination, and well being of older persons. With links to may valuable resources for the aging.
  • NEW YORK STATE OFFICE FOR THE AGING
    http://www.aging.ny.gov/
    A public service to older New Yorkers, their families and others.
    Find help, explore aging, discover news and events, help family caregivers link to more resources.
  • NEW YORK STATE HEALTH INSURANCE INFORMATION,
    COUNSELING & ASSISTANCE

    www.nysegov.com/citguide.cfm?superCat=106&cat=110&content=main
    Free, accurate and unbiased consumer help with Medicare, managed care, Medigap insurance, long-term care insurance, and more…, for Medicare beneficiaries, their families and others.
  • NURSING HOME ALERT.COM
    www.nursinghomealert.com
    Nursing Home Alert.com helps prevent nursing home abuse and neglect by giving sound advice on how to assess nursing homes and how to pay for care,helps you recognize nursing home abuse and neglect by pointing out the signs of abuse and some of the medical issues involved with nursing home abuse and neglect, and helps you stop nursing home abuse and neglect by informing you of your rights and what you can do, including legal action.
  • NURSING HOME MONITORS
    www.nursinghomemonitors.org
    NursingHomeMonitors.org is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of the American elderly by fighting abuse, neglect, and exploitation in our nation’s nursing homes.
  • SENIORJOURNAL.COM
    www.seniorjournal.com
    News and information, as well as resources for the elderly.
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    www.theseniorlist.com/
    The Senior List is a nationwide consumer-opinion portal dedicated to linking families with quality eldercare resources, including a comprehensive eldercare directory for the entire USA.
  • SENIOR SERVICE DIRECTORY
    www.seniorservicedirectory.com
    The Senior Service Directory is an online informational resource and senior services directory for seniors, older adults and caregivers in North America.
  • SOCIAL SECURITY AND DISABILITY RESOURCE CENTER
    www.ssdrc.com/ 
    The Social Security and Disability Resource Center website provides a detailed overview of how the federal disability system works (social security disability and SSI) and also provides answers to many questions that applicants typically have, but often have trouble finding answers to. For the most part, the site is based on the author’s personal experience as a former disability-medicaid caseworker, and also as a former disability examiner for the social security administration. Hopefully, the information will be helpful to some of your site’s visitors.
  • TODAY’S SENIORS
    www.todaysseniors.com
    Contains a wide range of information for people who have already retired, are preparing for retirement, or just thinking about it. Designed especially for today’s active seniors, it is filled with advice, tips, and articles about retirement, personal finances, medicare benefits, and more … with solutions to help seniors simplify their lives … eliminate the hassles … and get the most out of retirement.
  • UNITED STATES ADMINISTRATION ON AGING
    AGING INFORMATION CENTER

    www.aoa.gov
    You can find the Office for the Aging for your State from this site, plus much, much more! Information on Medicare, managed care, Medigap insurance, long-term care insurance, long-term care facilities, reports on health care fraud prevention programs of the U.S.A. Click on the link to “State Agencies on Aging” at this site to find your State’s Office on Aging.