Tuesday, 6 November 2007

AARP’s Internet Resources on Aging

AARP's Internet Resources on Aging is a database of Internet resources for people age 50+. Most of the sites included in the database are produced by government agencies or nonprofit organizations which provide useful information to older adults, researchers, students, and professionals in the field of ageing.

You can search the database using keywords, or browse a main topics list. Main topics such as: Aging of Special Populations, Health & Well-Being, Housing and Long-Term Care, are divided further into subcategories. Each entry includes a description of the website with the appropriate keywords. The database is reviewed every 6 months to update the website descriptions and web addresses as needed.

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