The AARP wants you to stand up for your rights as a senior citizen on Medicare, managed care and Social Security issues.From these pages you can read the facts and current debates, and get the email address of someone you can write to with your opinion.
The Administration on Aging's Elderpage Here's a powerful resource and good launching point for a journey into the Web in search of government agencies and services.
The page includes links to the AOA's Eldercare Locator, health and health services, Medicare and Medicaid, financial planning, medicines, housing, Social Security, becoming a US citizen and more. Third Age The term 'Third Age' is derived from the European concept of a Third Age - an extended period of active adulthood that starts in the early 50s.
The Library of Congress' 'Explore the Internet' page is a good starting point.
Here you can learn about the Internet, how to use it, its history and growth and how it works.
This site is required reading for those interested in the politics and public policy issues of getting older.