Know the warning signs of nursing home abuse and what actions families can take when a loved one has been a victim of abuse or neglect.


People 65 and older comprise 60% of all cancer patients. To raise awareness, Asbestos.com recently published a Seniors Guide to Cancer that covers topics like wellness tips, the importance of seeing a doctor, and preventive measures. Click here to check it out. 

Since seniors make up around 80% of those diagnosed with mesothelioma and it takes anywhere from 20-50 years after exposure to occur, they have created a great guide for mesothelioma as well. Click here. 



Easterseals is a nonprofit organization that offers a very wide range of services for people of all ages with disabilities, including adult daycare. Click here for more information. 

    Senior Moving Guide: Storage and Housing Assistance

    A guide on everything people need to know about storage facilities for aging adults.



The Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) is your one-stop access point for aging and disability information and resources in Delaware. You have come to the right place if you want to…


Click here to get free, private, one-on-one financial coaching from trained, skilled professionals who help you achieve your goals. Their coaches can assist you by phone or video conference! 



Click here for Services and Programs for the Aging Population. 


A Crisis Guide for Caregivers of Seniors with Alzheimer’s or Other Dementia, and other valuable resources for seniors. 


Many people find that it gets harder to lose or maintain their weight as they age. The reasons can be scientific, genetic, or lifestyle related. Renew Bariatrics has created a resource that discusses the reasons why it may be difficult for older adults to lose weight, lifestyle changes, and how you can prevent weight gain as you age. 

Have questions about your will? Need help crafting one and not sure where to start? Click here for Sussex County's Register of Wills. 


Medical jargon can be confusing. Click here for Testing.com's page about understanding your lab tests and your health.

You can also click here for their page of tips for seniors who need to get tests done.