Tips for Seniors – Part 1

19 FREE services for seniors.

Today, we look at the kinds of free services available for seniors. Tomorrow, we consider the best places to retire. These are both important topics for many of us.

Are you aware of the nonprofit SeniorNet? Click the image to access its blog.

One of the more valuable posts at SeniorNet’s blog is “19 Free Services for Seniors or Their Caregivers.” As Tony Rovere of Agingcare.com notes:

“Most seniors these days are living on limited incomes from sources that may include Social Security, a small pension, or maybe some other form of government assistance. With few resources at their disposal, finding services for free or discounted prices is vital. There are likely many of these types of services available through your local Office for the Aging (the name of this government agency may be different in your local area, i.e. Division of Senior Services) or local charities such as Lions Club or Meals-on-Wheels, or on the Internet through sites like ElderCare.gov.”

“However, in my opinion, the most rewarding of these freebies for seniors and their caregivers – things like free hearing aids and free dentures – will be more difficult to come by. From my experiences as a caregiver, I have compiled a list of these types of services and provided a roadmap and examples for how to find them.”

Click here to see the 19 free services. 
 

Author: Living Well with Cancer

I am a long-time business school professor, who is a Pancreatic Cancer survivor. I had Whipple surgery on February 12, 2015. In this blog, I want to help others live well with cancer. A positive attitude, caring family, strong medical team, and supportive colleagues are key. And support from other cancer survivors can be life affirming.

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