There are many mental health resources on the world wide web, most of
which consist of broken links and outdated information. For current
information use the following one-click
Pages maintained by the UK Charity.
A large collection of resources, mainly on the problems of old age, for example
sections are entitled, aging, death and dying, aging and gerontology etc - not inspiring,
but useful.A fast, text-only version is available.
"The ElderConnect database contains information of over 33,000
acute rehabilitation providers, retirement communities, and providers specializing in all
levels of long-term nursing care as well as home health agencies. This database can help
you research such providers/agencies by performing a search using criteria such as
geographic location and type of care required. You will quickly find the provider of
extended care that you are looking for." Tidy easy-to-use pages.
The Gerontological Society of America
"Welcome to the World Wide Web pages of The Gerontological Soceity of America. The
Society sponsors these pages as part of its founding goal "to promote the scientific
study of aging...and to foster growth and diffusion of knowledge relating to problems of
aging and of the sciences contributing to [their]
understanding...." Browse through these pages for news and information
about the Society, and find out who we are and what we do."
Guide to Retirement Living
This is a good commercial site including information on retirement housing, health,
accesibility, and daily living.
In the Garden- A Resource on
"As we care for their many physical needs, it's easy to forget that people who are
aging are experiencing a variety of losses--as well as enjoying the harvest of their
years. IN THE GARDEN is a resource page for those involved in bereavement, counselling,
and caregiving for the elderly.IN THE GARDEN welcomes recommendations for inclusion in the
Assessment and Treatment of Geriatric Depression
Citizens' Web Site
Our senior citizens' are among the most prolific users of the Internet. This web site
provides information of potential interest to senior citizens. Not as good as the site
An inspiring site for the mature Internet user.Well set out and graphically appealing.
A very simple set of pages, but crammed full of information.
Perhaps the best site for senior citizens on the Internet, certainly the best in this
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Pitchford and Robert M. Young - Last updated:
28 May, 2005 02:29 PM