Adult day care provides care and companionship for seniors who need help or supervision during the day.
Home care programs provide services to those who need some help but do not require constant care.
LongTermCare.gov provides information on the type of help you should look for and general advice on how to find and pay for it. The Home Health Compare section on Medicare.gov supplies information on local home health agencies, including how well they care for their patients.
The National Institute on Aging (NIA) provides contact information for groups that have information for or help older people. You may contact the NIA at (1-800-222-2225) or TTY (1-800-222-4225). .
Finally, check your local phone book for non-governmental organizations in your area, such as nonprofits and charities, that may be able to help. You may also visit your local public library, talk to friends and family, or use the various internet search engines.
File a Housing Discrimination Complaint
If you have been trying to buy or rent a home or apartment and you believe someone violated your rights based on a disability, you may view information on housing discrimination.