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Here is another handy website that you can visit to find local resources that may help you or a loved one remain independent at home despite aging or a disability: ElderCare.gov. The prominent feature of the site is a lookup form that delivers results right to your computer monitor, tablet, or smartphone. You can search for a number of different services by city or ZIP code. People without access to the Internet can also call this free service at 1-800-677-1116.

 

At Trusted Senior Specialists, we pride ourselves on helping elders enjoy a comfortable lifestyle in their senior years. If you have questions about senior health insurance, senior life insurance, or annuities, contact us here: 1-855-474-6234 or at info@ilovetss.com

 

Elder Care Resources in Your City or Town

 

The Eldercare.gov website and eldercare locater tool is provided as a free resource by the US Department of Health and Human Services. It is intended as a free service to help connect elderly people and their families with local community services. This means that the Department of Aging, a part of the DHHS, works with regional, state, and local agencies. In some cases, services may not be public ones but many are.

 

Some examples of the types of services that you can find include adult day cares, legal assistance, nursing homes, housing options, and home repair assistance. If you have no idea where to find help with elder care in your local area, or you don’t even know what kind of help might be out there, this is not a bad place to start.

 

We Specialize in Helping Senior Citizens

 

At Trusted Seniors Specialists, we work hard to help our clients plan for their senior years. If you have questions about Medicare health insurance or other retirement planning, contact us right away: 1-855-474-6234 or at info@ilovetss.com

 

 

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