Other Senior Sites
on the Internet
There are many Senior Web Sites on the Internet. Below lists some of the better ones we have found.
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Age ConcernAge Concern is the UK's largest organisation working with and for older people.
Canadian Senior YearsHere you will find the news, information and Canadian site links available for seniors on the web today! In addition, we provide a place for seniors to gather and trade information through our email pals listing, discussion boards, senior web ring and talent page.
Canadian Association of Retired Persons (CARP)Toronto based with info on Health, money, family, leisure, home, learning and travel. Chat rooms and discussion forums are popular features.
Creative Retirement ManitobaA seniors educational program offering course in a wide variety of topics for older adults in Winnipeg.
Fédération des aînés franco-manitobains inc.Si vous avez 55 ans et plus et cherchez à demeurer actif dans votre communauté, joignez-vous à la FAFM. De la santé aux loisirs, en passant par la culture ou le patrimoine, nous vous offrons l’accès à des services et des programmes qui répondent à vos intérêts.
Senior Centre.caprovides an opportunity for seniors to share their knowledge, their ideas, their hopes and dreams. From L.I.F.E. Institute (Learning Is For Ever) in Continuing Education at Ryerson University in Toronto.
233-ALLÔA francophone resource centre that offers services to francophone seniors. Le 233-ALLÔ offre à quiconque s'intéresse à la vie en français au Manitoba un service d'information entre autres spécialisé dans les domaines de l'emploi et de la clientèle francophone de 55 ans et plus.
AgeNet - Eldercare NetworkAmerican and commercial, but with some good information. Lots of articles and columns.
Aging SolutionsAging Parents and Elder Care: Providing care for our aging parents or elder spouse can often be very frustrating, with new surprises almost every day. Whether you care for aging parents in your home, or manage elder care plans from a distance, most of us don't know where to go for reliable answers ... or even what questions to ask. Here's help.
American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)AARP is the "biggie" in the United States. They have many good writers writing good articles on aging, computing, health, life transitions. Well worth a visit.
Third Agea web site for the older adult. Topics: Beauty & Style, Computers, Family Tree, Health, Horoscopes, Love, Money and Travel. Activities: Chat, Discussions, Email Tools, Free Classes, Games, Greetings+, Jokes, Member Pages, Personals, Quizzes and Shopping.
Yahoo Seniorsis a major "search engine". This is the seniors section of the large index on web sites.