Senior Housing Product and Service Partners


Aging with Grace™
is a leading national eldercare resource company that works with labor unions, health & welfare funds, employee benefits consultants and associations to address the impact of elder caregiver stress in the workplace. Founded in 2005 by Patricia Grace, CEO, Aging with Grace enjoys exclusive contracts with the Alliance for Retired Persons, AFLCIO UnionPlus program and the American Federation of Government Employees.

Medicare Supplemental Insurance - offers Medigap plans for your Medicare. Medicare frequently doesn't offer enough health coverage for your needs, so it's important to fill the gaps with a supplement plan.

The CareGiver Partnership is a direct to consumer provider of approximately 1,800 of the most commonly used products for home healthcare including incontinence, nutritional, diabetic, wound care, daily living, personal care and arthritis.

Disposables Delivered provides professional guidance, superior products and discreet home delivery to those who must deal with incontinence on a personal level or in helping another.

Pope Institute is a national health care consulting firm specializing in helping families plan for elder care and disability needs. is the largest directory of business, with over 150,000 listings, that offer discounts to people 50 and older.


AARP Senior Housing Help
The AARP has a section on senior housing choices., is a website and online forum for people caring for their aging parents. Caregivers can communicate with each other, get answers from elder care experts and access news, information and products related to caregiving. created to help you care for your aging parents and other loved ones with valuable information.

C.I.C.I.L - The Central Iowa Center for Independent Living is a community based, non-profit, non-residential program serving persons with disabilities.

Elder Care: First Steps - Caring for an aging parent, elderly spouse, domestic partner or close friend presents tough challenges. Often, you're not sure of the next step, or even the first step. This article from Aging Parents and Elder Care is a step-by-step guide to help you begin your caregiving journey.

Elder Rage is Jacqueline Marcell's, website and bestselling book on effective medical and behavioral management of challenging elders with dementia who resist care. Links to her 'Coping with Caregiving' radio program, speaking schedule, and extensive valuable resources.

Family Caregiving 101 is designed to provide caregivers with the basic tools, skills and information they need to protect their own physical and mental health while they provide high quality care for their loved one.

Grandparents Magazine is the free fun place for grandparents! Check out our gift ideas for grandchildren. Read product reviews. Learn your rights as a grandparent. Learn song lyrics and more!

Health Insurance Blog - Dr. Gerald Evans blogs about the state of our health insurance system and its impact on your health.

Nursing Home Compare - This tool on the Medicare website at displays quality measure data, deficiencies and other information about nursing homes. It is organized by state and county to help you search for facilities near you or anywhere in the country.

Retirement Communities Offer Affordable Bargains - This article from The Chicago Tribune discusses financial strategies when considering a retirement community, showing that sometimes retirement communities are a viable and affordable option.

The National Long Term Care Ombudsman Resource Center advocates for residents’ rights and quality care.

The U.S. Administration on Aging offers government-based
resources for senior living choices.

The Savvy Senior is devoted to providing information and resources for older Americans and their families

Senior Care Organizer The Senior Care Organizer is a hands-on guide (in PDF or notebook format) for collecting and organizing the information you need to manage parent care, or to set up your own plan for the future. It provides a mechanism for early preparation to help reduce the strain when urgent needs arise.

Strength for Caring lists of some of the more common housing solutions and explains the benefits, services, and the types of support (medical, daily needs, healthcare, etc.) you can expect.

The Veterans Administration's Aid and Attendance Program
can provide veterans and surviving spouses financial resources towards home health care, nursing home stays, or assisted living options.

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