The beauty of the world wide web is that it is constantly evolving and expanding to fulfill and create new needs for its users, and this is true of online medical resources. They can give you the most up-to-date information on a medical condition or situation you may be facing. Please use them only in combination with, not in place of, traditional medical care.
Helping You Choose Quality Home Care and Hospice Services
Courtesy of the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations
Choosing home care or hospice services can be an emotional and difficult decision, but gathering the right information can help make your decision easier.
Helps older Americans find out about federal and state assistance programs for the aged.
Pennsylvania Association of Non-Profit Home for the Aging
Pennsylvania Department of Labor Administers benefits to unemployed individuals, workers’ compensation to individuals with job related injuries, vocational rehabilitation to individuals and job training services.
Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency
Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency provides capital for housing for older adults, persons of modest means and those persons with special housing needs.
Making REHABILITATION Decisions – Stroke Association
The best stroke rehab is an effort with you, family and friends and many healthcare professionals. More than 7 million stroke survivors live in the United States. Use this guide to help make the best decisions for your or your loved one’s rehabilitation.