Resources

General resources on elder law:

American Bar Association, Commission on Law and Aging. Provides information on a wide variety of issues in elder law.

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National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. Among other resources, contains a useful section on how to choose an elder law attorney.

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National Council for Aging Care. A leading resource on issues dealing with elder abuse.

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New York State Bar Association, Elder Law Links. A useful resource for finding information on elder law issues in New York State.

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SeniorLaw: Elder Law & Legal Resources on the Web. An extensive list of links to elder law and related resources.

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Health care, including elder care:

 

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Medicare. The official federal government site.

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Medicaid. The official federal government site.

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Social Security Administration. The official site of the Social Security Administration.

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New York State/Local:

New York State Department of Health. The main agency in New York State dealing with health issues.

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New York State Office for the Aging. The main agency in New York State dealing with aging issues.

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New York State Partnership for Long-Term Care. A long-term insurance program combining long-term insurance with Medicaid Extended Coverage.

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Putnam County Office of the Aging. The main agency in Putnam County dealing with aging issues.

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Rockland County Office for the Aging. The main agency in Rockland County dealing with aging issues.

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Westchester County Dept. of Senior Programs and Services. The main agency in Westchester County dealing with aging issues.

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Organizations:

AARP. Provides online resources, including news on health care and other issues of interest.

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National Care Planning Council, Guide to Long-Term Planning. A good how-to guide dealing with issues of long-term planning.

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National Health Law Program. A not-for-profit that deals with health issues affecting low-income individuals, including the elderly.

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New York State Laws:

Legal Information Institute, New York Legal Materials. Links to New York laws and legislation, courts, and regulations, among other information.

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