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GRANDMA SN’s LIST OF RECOMMENDED SITES FOR SENIORS
Join AARP and take advantage of all the benefits available for older Americans. Members get free donuts with a purchase of a large coffee at Duncan doughnuts, Medicare supplements, free grocery delivery with orders of $50 or more, dental insurance, and much more. Anyone that is in the age group should visit the site and join. It is one of Grandma SN’s favorite websites
Buzz 50 is a social network site geared towards baby boomers and those over the age of 50. Run by seniors, Buzz 50 offers both discussion forums and chat rooms if you prefer one-on-one conversation. It’s free to join, is very friendly and has members from all over the English-speaking world. Members set up their own profile page and management is always on hand to help with any questions.
Disney will always be among the top websites for families. Their website includes links to stores, travel information to their amusement parks, information on videos, movies books and a lot more. Their websites and blogs win so many awards they only thing Grandma SN can suggest is for you to pay them a visit.
This guide will help caregivers understand how to best support their patients’ addiction recovery, and give instruction on how to act in the event of an overdose. People with disabilities not only face a unique crisis when it comes to addiction in general, but there may be specific challenges stemming from their condition if an overdose occurs. A caregiver’s strongest allies will be awareness, prevention, and preparation — as well as a consultation with your charge’s physician.
For the adventurous older adult, Elder Trek makes dreams come true. They specialize in exotic destination travel. Some of these include wildlife safaris in Africa, hiking trips in the Rockies and other mountain ranges, expeditions to the Arctic and cultural trips to Asia. The website itself is easy to use and exciting making you want to pack your bags right away. Elder Treks offers several different activity levels to facilitate your travel experience.
A great website for grandparents which includes articles of interest for grandparents, tips for keeping in touch with grandchildren, letters and opinions from other grandparents, activities and ways to have fun with grandchildren and more.
The American Grandparents Association has developed an online resource to deal with many issues for the aging. Subjects covered include benefits, care giving, community, give aways, cancer care, grandkids, family & leisure and more
Grand Times covers a variety of interesting topics from cooking to finance to travel and health. One section offers reader generated nostalgia and fiction. There are some great stories here. Grand Times has a marketplace where you shop for yourself or your grandchildren. The “free resources” category has links to free legal advice, games and maps and directions. The site is navigated through links and well worth checking out.
This helpful site gives the reader tips on how to make the computer experience more comfortable as they age. It deals with screen resolution, text size, color, speech recognition and shortcuts among other things. The easy-to-use format guides seniors to maximize, customize and personalize their computer. A simple click brings them to a step-by-step instruction page.
From health to finances to technology and humor, at Senior Living.org’s “Top 20 Senior Websites,” you’ll find a little bit of everything. These sites are loaded with useful information and are easy to navigate.