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What is Alzheimer's disease?
Caregiving for a loved one with Alzheimer’s
Ten ways to help a family living with Alzheimer’s
If You Have Alzheimer's Disease, What You Should Know, What You Should Do - handout by the Alzheimer's Association
Partnering with Your Doctor: A Guide for Persons with Memory Problems and Their Care Partners guide by the Alzheimer's Association
A Tour of the Brain Explaining how Alzheimer's Develops
What is Dementia?
Types of Dementia
Living with a Family member with Dementia
Coping with Dementia

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Eldercare Locater - Public and Privately Funded Housing Options Directory by Location
Leading Age - Housing Options for Older Adults
AARP: Choosing Housing Options

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Why Elders Are Targets for Scams and Financial Abuse - by Hazel Heckers (Video)
Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) - Public funding by Older Americans Act
National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys - Directory of Privately Funded Attorneys
National Legal Resource Center (Aging Advocacy Network) - Public Focus on Legal Advocacy for Older Adults

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National Association of Senior Move Managers - Privately Funded Directory of Move Managers for Older Adults

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General Medicaid Information
What is the difference between Medicare and Medicaid
What are Medicare Parts A, B, C and D?
Top 5 things to know about The Affordable Care Act and Medicare
HealthGrades Directory of Geriatricians (Physicians trained in Geriatrics) - Public and Private Insurance Funded Geriatricians
NCOA Center for Healthy Aging: Chronic Disease Self Management Program (CDSMP) - Public and Private Funded Disease Prevention Program
NCOA Center for Healthy Aging Falls Free, Healthy IDEAS, and PEARLS Programs - Public Funded Program Overview and Directory
American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation - Directory of Rehabilitation Specialists
Hospice Directory Locater - Directory of Medical Home Care and Hospice Providers
What is MediGap?
What is Medicare?
More About Medicare and Changes: Webinar by SCSA (Video)
Medicare and You by Medicare.gov
Medicare Part D Coverage Gap by Medicare.gov
Medicare Enrollment Overview by Medicare.gov
Medicare Caregiving Resources

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Fitness Tips
Handling Depression
Eating Well
Mesothelioma Guide
Eating Well for Seniors
Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs): Congregate and Home-Delivered Meals - Public and Private Funded through Older Americas Act
Senior Centers (Councils on Aging) - Public and Private Funded Directory
Meals on Wheels Association of America - Meal Delivery Program Evaluation and Development

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Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) - Public funding by Older Americans Act
Elder Care Locater - Free Service through AoA
National Center on Senior Transportation - Public and Private Transportation Options and Trends

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Caregiver Burnout: Managing the Challenges of Caregiving by Dr. Jim McCabe
National Institute on Senior Centers (NISC)
Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) - Public funding by Older Americans Act
Home Care Association of America (HCAOA) - Public and Private Funding Information on Home Care
National Association for Home Care and Hospice Locater - Public and Privately Funded for Medical Home Care and Hospice Providers
Directory of Home Care Services
Medication Management Tips
Medication Management for Seniors
Falls in older adults
Preventing falls in older adults
6 tips to prevent falls
Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) - Public funding by Older Americans Act
National Adult Protective Services Resource Center (NAPSRC) - Public Funded APS Directory
National Adult Protective Services Resource Center (NAPSRC) - Public Funded Resource Center
Aging In Place Technology Watch - Technology Product Trends and Issues for Older Adults

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While our Senior Living Advisors will attempt to match you to the appropriate Community based on your needs and preferences, you are under no obligation to select one of those Communities. Oasis Senior Advisors offers its services at no cost to seniors and their families. This is made possible through the financial contributions of local senior housing communities, many of whom reimburse us for our services.