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Updated: April 19, 2004

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Senior Organizations

National Academy on an Aging Society
A non-partisan public policy institute that conducts research on the aging population. Provides information to the public, press, policymakers and academia.

Senior Net
Educates seniors about computer technology. Site includes free online tutorials, readers' guides and book discussions and a Quote of the Week.

National Senior Citizens Law Center
“Helping older people to live in dignity and freedom from poverty.” Information about long term care, Medicaid, nursing facilities and assisted living.

AARP
The big kid on the block.

United Seniors Association (USA)
Advocacy group working to cut taxes, protect Social Security, and improve Medicare.

The Seniors Coalition
Activists focused on economic issues.

American Aging Association
Promotes research into slowing the aging process and improving the lives of older persons today.

Association of Retired Americans
Financial benefits for members include cost effective insurance products, discounted hotel and car rental, and hearing and prescription discount plans. Serve ages 45 plus.

Experience Works
A national, nonprofit organization that provides training and employment services for mature workers. Formerly Green Thumb.

60 Plus Association
“ Kill the Death Tax and Save Social Security”. The conservative alternative to AARP.

The National Center on Women and Aging
The Center's mission is to "focus national attention on the special concerns of women as they age". The Center supports research and provides policy analysis.

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Roadside Attractions
More interesting sites you might want to try.

Associations for Professionals Who Work With Seniors

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