A place for Mom helps seniors and families make informed decisions, save time, and feel less alone as they search for senior care and senior housing. This includes nursing home care, dementia care, Veteran’s benefits and more. All at no cost to you.

Early signs of Alzheimer’s, symptoms and effects, causes and risk factors, caregiver tips, resources and more.

The AHCA advocates for quality care and services for the frail, elderly and disabled. Our members provide essential care to one million individuals in 11,000 nursing homes, assisted living facilities and other long term care facilities.

Caregiving Newsletter

Wellness for Persons Caring for an Aging Relative

Has an extensive long-term care system database that can help locate the appropriate community resources that can address the needs of an older person, their families and their support network.

Learn about fall injury statistics, prevention tips, environmental dangers, and additional fall prevention resources. It also has an infographic and a fall prevention exercises video.

Providing hope and help for the 46,000 people living in WNY who have Alzheimer’s disease or a related disorder, their families and caregivers.

The Official U.S. Government Site for People with Medicare.

A site dedicated to educating individuals about cancer.

Up-to-date information about mesothelioma, its stages and risk factors. It also serves as a resource to match patients with doctors who specialize in this rare disease.

Treatment information about mesothelioma, its stages and risk factors.

A public service to older New Yorkers, their families and others. Find help, explore aging, discover news and events, help family caregivers link to more resources.

Whether you’re in need of short-term rehabilitation after a hospital stay or long-term placement for a loved one, the StarCompare tool makes finding an appropriate facility simple and timely.

 

Guide to Moving into a Nursing Home.  This article, created by SSR Law Offices has information about what to expect, and how to emotionally, mentally and physically prepare for this next step in life.