Aging & Senior Care Resources

Many aging adults are unaware of the available care options and programs that can help them maintain their independence and quality of life. So we created a free resource that provides comprehensive information on topics like financial support and assisted living options that are available in their area. You can read more about our work here:

We would appreciate the opportunity for you to include our resources on your website, or anywhere you feel would be appropriate. It would be of tremendous value to senior citizens and their families in your community.

If I accidentally emailed the wrong person or if you have feedback about our resource guide, please let me know.

Looking forward to hearing from you soon!


Annie Smith

Community Outreach and Senior Advocate is a leading senior care resource for family caregivers seeking information and support as they care for aging parents, spouses and other loved ones. We have been featured by AARP, The Administration for Community Living, The National Legal Resource Center, and Forbes, as well as referenced by many governmental agencies and organizations across the Internet.

At, our mission is to help the countless nursing home residents who have suffered abuse and neglect by those entrusted with their care. Abuse of senior citizens in nursing homes and assisted living facilities is widespread and often goes unreported.

Physical Abuse

Emotional Abuse

Financial Abuse

Sexual Abuse


What to Do After Reporting Nursing
Home Abuse

If you file a report for nursing home abuse, make sure to document all items in your report. These can include types of abuse, evidence seen, and the names of individuals suspected of engaging in the abuse. Next, consult an attorney to determine whether the nursing home or long-term care facility may be liable for abuse or wrongful death.

Long-term care facilities may be responsible if they are understaffed, have engaged in negligent hiring practices, make medication errors, or provide inadequate staff training. Staff and contractors may be held responsible for intentional harm or neglect.

If you suspect abandonment and other forms of nursing home abuse, reach out to our experienced legal team for a free case review.

We provide education and resources for seniors and their loved ones as part of a larger effort to stop the cycle of neglect and abuse that has reached epidemic levels in nursing homes and other care facilities across the country.Nursing home abuse is common in the United States. Older adults get hurt, are neglected, and even die in the same facilities where they should be receiving proper care.

Elder abuse can take many forms.  It can be verbal, physical, or psychological. Similarly, the effects of

nursing home abuse can include trauma responses, depression, and even extremes such as death.Injuries in nursing homes are widespread. Each year, tens of thousands of nursing home residents face serious injuries in the same facilities that promise to care for them. These injuries have various causes, such as abuse or neglect. They can range from minor to severe, and in the worst cases, result in death.It’s important to familiarize yourself with the most common types of nursing home injuries, signs that might indicate abuse or neglect, and legal rights you can pursue if you or someone you know is injured while a resident of a nursing home.  If you become aware of an elderly person who is experiencing nursing home abuse, you must notify the proper authorities as soon as possible. Doing so can help someone in a difficult situation and potentially even save their life.

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The aging adult population is growing in the U.S

The aging adult population is growing in the U.S, and so is the need for appropriate housing. Assisted living communities are well equipped to help residents manage daily living activities, and they empower seniors to thrive, boosting their physical, mental, and social well-being.

Choosing the best facility, however, can be time-consuming and overwhelming for seniors and their loved ones. Our resources help aging adults and their families explore available communities, costs, and payment options. 

You can view our resources here: 

We believe they will be of tremendous value to seniors and their families in our community.


Use our resources and tools to navigate the world of senior housing and care

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Alzheimer’s & Memory Care

Caring for an adult with dementia can be difficult. These resources will provide you with the insight and support you need.


Healthy Aging

Exercise, diet, and brain stimulation are just a few factors that contribute to healthy aging.


Caregiver Support

Caregivers often question their choices when caring for a loved one. This information will help you gain confidence.


Senior Moving Guide: Storage and Housing Assistance

Written by: Editorial Team – Updated: Jun 15, 2022

Moving a household is no easy feat for anyone, young or old. Whether it’s time for you to move on from the home you’ve been in for decades or your lease is up and you need a change, moving as a senior comes with its own set of unique challenges. Our guide covers advice on how to know you’re ready for a move, what to look for in a new home, and how to transition smoothly. We’ll also talk about how to find the best storage options and what kind of moving companies have tailored their moving services to the specific needs of seniors.

National Association of Specialty & Senior Move Managers® – NASMM

Recognizing and managing the stress of relocating older adults, individuals and families is the hallmark of the National Association of Specialty & Senior Move Managers® (NASMM) Additionally, NASMM members will help you downsize, organize and simplify your current home through our NASMM@Home program.

The National Association of Specialty & Senior Move Managers® is the leading membership organization for Move Managers in the United States, Canada and abroad.

NASMM Senior Move Managers® have significant expertise in resources and approaches that save money, reduce stress, and produce quality results. Services are client-centered and personalized to meet your specific needs and preferences.

All general members of the National Association of Senior & Specialty Move Managers (NASMM) must meet strict vetting requirements before approval. These requirements include:

  • Obtain general business liability insurance
  • Complete and pass NASMM’s 4-part Cornerstone Course program
  • Provide a link to a live website highlighting their Senior Move Management services
  • Sign and abide by the NASMM Code of Ethics, as well as submit to oversight and guidance from the NASMM Ethics Compliance Commission (NECC)

We are confident that NASMM members represent the most qualified, ethical and capable Move Managers in this rapidly growing profession.




THE BEST MEDICAL ALERT SYSTEMS FOR 2022 provides our seniors and their loved ones with free guides to help them make informed decisions when it comes to medical alert devices. We have compiled all the information and insight in one place so our seniors and their families can easily compare systems, features, and prices to find the technology that will best allow them to live independently at a price they can afford.

You can check out their link here: