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The senior population in the U.S. is expanding at an astounding rate. Each day 10,000 of us celebrate our 65th birthdays, according to the Association of Mature American Citizens.
Although the longevity statistic implies that medical care for the elderly is progressing at a fast pace, the fact of the matter is that not all older Americans are in good health. And, not all of them are financially healthy. Many of them need help and so AMAC encourages family members and friends to get involved in their lives to whatever extent they are able.
And, if you need help in order to offer help, you may want to visit such Web sites as aoa.gov/, cdc.gov, eldercare.gov and fda.gov/oc/seniors. In addition there are sites that provide information on how to find financial help for older relatives or friends such as the National Council on Aging’s benefitscheckup.org Web site. There are numerous commercial sites for senior assistance, but it is advised that you check them out before using them, AMAC advises.