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Medicare resources (state health insurance assistance program) and more for Alabama’s older population.
American Eldercare Research Organization provides a Resource Locator Tools that helps families and caregivers find the means to pay for and reduce the cost of long term care for their loved ones.
Find a local agency in any Arizona county that can direct you to a variety of services specifically for the elderly.
Search by zip code to find your Area Agency on Aging in Virginia.
Fill out this online form, answer 13 questions and find out what services are available to older Arizonans and disabled adults.
The Center for Medicare Advocacy is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that focuses on the needs of individuals eligible for Medicare by providing education, advocacy and legal assistance.
Wheatlands Administrative Services, a new subsidiary of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas, conducts Medicare business on behalf of the state.
The official U.S. government Medicare consumer handbook.
Medicare.gov’s searchable database of health care providers.
This site offers information related to all aspects of aging, including "elders" and "caregivers" pages that provide information and assistance on supportive services available in the community.
Information about Pennsylvania’s Medicare beneficiaries, including enrollment, demographics (age, gender, race/ethnicity), income, other sources of health coverage, managed care participation, use of services, etc.
This site, on Rhode Island’s Division of Elderly Affairs web site, lists all the programs and services available to seniors, families, and caregivers.
Senior Health Insurance Benefit Advisors Program – services for Idaho citizens on Medicare.
54-page U.S. government booklet explains the services and supplies covered under Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B.