Senior Resources from the Federal Government
From usa.gov, a website that compiles many helpful government websites for seniors.
The Official United States Government Site for People with Medicare
Everything you need to know about Medicare, from the official source.
The Official Website of the United States Social Security Administration
One-stop shopping for official information from SSA.
Mayor's Commission on Aging
A good contact for questions about job opportunities for older adults in Philadelphia, and counseling and referral services.
The Pennsylvania Department of Aging
For information about programs and services for seniors offered by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Long Term Living in Pennsylvania
Provides quick access to information about the many long term living services and planning resources available for people over the age of sixty and adults with physical disabilities throughout Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania Nursing Care Facility Locator Page
Find Pennsylvania nursing facilities by county, city, or Zip code. Click through to information about Patient Care Surveys and Building Safety Surveys.
Philadelphia Corporation for Aging
One of the region's largest non-profit organizations, PCA's mission is to improve the quality of life for older Philadelphians or people with disabilities and to assist them in achieving their maximum level of health, independence and productivity.
Senior Law Center
Based in Philadelphia, this organization provides a wide range of services to protect the legal rights and interests of the elderly.
Center for Advocacy for the Rights and Interests of the Elderly (CARIE)
A Philadelphia non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for vulnerable older people. This organization focuses on advocacy through a comprehensive array of activities, community education programs, professional training and consultation, and referring using a client-centered approach.
Healthcare.gov (U.S. Department of Health & Human Services)
Healthcare.gov is the first central database of health coverage options, combining information about public programs, from Medicare to the new Pre-Existing Conditions Insurance Plan, with information from more than 1,000 private insurance plans. Consumers can receive information about options specific to their life situation and local community.