Resources should be immediately useable and relevant to your particular situation. You will find only that kind of resource here!

 

  

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Making Life Better For The Elderly is a must have program: LIFE

The U.S. Administration on Aging is an excellent site. Go to:
http://www.aoa.gov

Great glossary of care and medical terms:
http://www.nveldercare.org

Consumer watchdog info:
http://www.ftc.gov

Consumer Action Handbook (about 170 pgs of super infomation and its free.) 1-888-878-3256

If you live in Chicago:

www.chicagolandcaregivers.com
Tel: 312-633-9005   E-Mail:
julie@ChicagolandCaregivers.com
Chicagoland Caregivers assists seniors to remain independent in their homes by providing professionally managed Care Supervisors and Caregivers. Serving the city of Chicago and nearby suburbs, Chicagoland Caregivers first meets with potential clients to conduct a Client Assessment Interview to determine the care needs. Licensed, insured and bonded. Call today for more information.
www.ChicagolandCaregivers.com




...to the start of our resources section. It is an ever expanding section so visit often.

The agencies, organizations and what we call "helping hands" are on these pages because we believe they offer immediately useable information or products that actually do what their ads say they will do.

If you find a broken link or a resource is no longer on the Internet, please tell us what you found. We will do what we can on our end to fix it. Thank you in advance for your help.  

By the way, you can also contact us and tell us about resources that have worked for, or helped, you in some way. We don't pretend to have ALL the answers.

Far from it...

But, we do know how to find the answers.

Isn't that what really counts?

If you would like to write us or send us a book or manual you want to have reviewed, our address is:

Senior Outreach Ministries
P.O. Box 1234
Reno, NV 89504

We try to make our sites responsive and proactive to your needs and always welcome your comments and suggestions.

Sincerely,

Tom Koziol
Secretary

2 NOTES OF INTEREST

American workers, on the average, earn $35000 a year so I thought it would be interesting, you know, one of those what the heck things, to compare what I make with what my Congressional rep makes. Here is what they make in salary, allowances and benefits:

http://www.pbs.org/now/politics/congbenefits.html

and what they get by simply holding out their hand:

http://www.opensecrets.org/politicians

How do you stack up? That's what I thought I said with a grin.

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A sidebar to pay, allowances, and political contributions can be found at:

This is the Citizens Against Government Waste page telling how Congress oversaw (read spent money) their fiduciary duty to the citizenry. If you are at all concerned about Medicare, Social Security and other worthy public policy programs, you are in for a surprise (at least I think you are).

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Attention Seniors looking for a job...

NowWhatJobs.net is the resource for job transitions after age 40.  It provides information about companies and other organizations, colleges, continuing education, franchises and relocation options.

http://www.nowwhatjobs.net

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Please note it is our intent to keep you informed of everything not only affecting your money but your health, welfare and overall quality of life. Money seems to be the fuel by which these programs function. If this is true, shouldn't the money be budgeted under strict guidelines?

Click the links below and start your resource road trip. It doesn't cost a dime and, in fact, may just put money in your pocket.

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