|AARP Webplace||If you’ve had your fiftieth birthday you have probably received an application to AARP. AARP serves the needs and interests of those over 50 through information on health and long-term care, social security, employment, housing, financial fraud, and more. www.aarp.org|
|OregonLawHelp||Free Legal Information for Low-Income Oregonians|
|Aging and Disability Resource
Connection of Oregon
|Learn about resources, services and facilities in Oregon.
Includes downloadable Family Caregiver
Handbook, available in English and Spanish versions
|National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys||The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Inc. is a non-profit association which assists lawyers, bar organizations and others who work with older clients and their families. Established in 1987, the Academy provides a resource of information, education, networking and assistance to those who must deal with the many specialized issues involved with legal services to the elderly and disabled. Ongoing informative listserves are available to members.
|National Senior Citizens Law Center in Washington, D.C.||The National Senior Citizens Law Center advocates nationwide to promote the independence and well-being of low-income elderly individuals, as well as persons with disabilities, with particular emphasis on women and racial and ethnic minorities. www.nsclc.org|
|Northwest Seniors Online||Published by King County, Seniors Online, Seattle, WA
|National Center on Elder Law Rights||NCLER provides free case consultation assistance for attorneys and professionals seeking more information to help older adults. Topics can include: Advance Planning, Elder Abuse, Guardianship, Health/LTSS, Economic Security, Supported Decision-Making, Consumer Protection, and Housing.