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AARP
The web site of the American Association for Retired Persons, which ""seeks to improve every aspect of living for older people. Has targeted four areas of immediate concern: health care, women's initiative, worker equity, and minority affairs."

AARP Community Exchange
This is an interactive site where you can share with others what makes your community the place where you can see yourself living out your life to the fullest.

Administration on Aging 
"This site contains information on aging for older people, their families, and those who work for or on behalf of older persons In addition to information about agency programs this site also offers demographic and other statistical data on the health, economic, and social conditions of older Americans."

Benefits QuickLink
This online site makes it easier for older Americans to find out if they qualify for 15 public benefit programs that may help save money on prescription drugs, telephone bills, groceries, children’s health care and more

Eldercare Locator
Eldercare Locator is a public service of the U.S. Administration on Aging. The Eldercare Locator is the first step to finding resources for older adults in any U.S. community.

Internet Resources related to Aging 
AARP's web links for seniors covers a wide variety of topics relating to aging.

Mahoning County and Its 60+ Population
This is the unique profile of the older population (60+) in Mahoning County. Trends and projections are provided for ages 60 and above. Specific topics explored include disability, poverty, marital status, living alone, and educational attainment among the older population.

Ohio Benefit Bank
Help with tax credits and public benefits including Ohio's Best RX, Golden Buckeye and Senior Community Service Employment Programs.

Senior Information - Ohio
Information about programs and resources for older adults in the state of Ohio.

Senior Journal
Presents current information of interest to seniors in an online newspaper format.

ThirdAge 
"The site, whose name refers to the stage of life following the youth and career/family stages, provides links to information about health, investments, styles of living, family issues and more. "

U.S.A.Gov for Seniors 
USAGov for Seniors will empower citizens to obtain valuable health and security information and services at one location via the Internet