Alzheimer's Association

The Northwest Ohio Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association is one of over 70 local chapters working to provide care and support for all those affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementias.

800-272-3900

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Area Office on Aging

The Area Office on Aging of Northwestern Ohio, Inc. promotes the health, well-being and safety of older adults, persons with disabilities, and family caregivers to foster independence.

419-382-0624

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MemoryLane Care Services

The Day Center at MemoryLane Care Services provides respite care for those affected by memory loss, Alzheimer’s, and other dementias.

419-720-4940

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Mobile Meals of Toledo

Mobile Meals of Toledo is a nonprofit, volunteer-based social service agency that delivers nourishing food—at home and at school—to those whose nutritional needs might otherwise go unmet.

419-255-7806

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National Council on Aging

the National Council on Aging is a respected national leader and trusted partner helping people aged 60+ meet the challenges of aging. NCOA partners with nonprofit organizations, government, and business to provide innovative community programs and services, online help, and advocacy.

571-527-3900

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National Institute of Senior Centers

The National Institute of Senior Centers is committed to supporting and strengthening the nation’s 11,000 senior centers through best practices, professional development, advocacy, research, and national standards and accreditation.

571-527-3900

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United Way’s 2-1-1 Service

United Way’s free information and referral service line is available to the community 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Upon calling, a representative will direct you to the appropriate resource that relates to your needs.

2-1-1

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Article: Driving and Dementia: The Essential Guide for Seniors

A comprehensive resource on how dementia and other senior medical conditions can affect driving ability.

By Direct Line

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Article: Elderly Care: A Guide for Families New to Caring

If you’re newly responsible for finding elderly care for a family member or friend, it can be difficult to know where to start.

By SuperCarers

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Article: Tech Safety Tips for Seniors

A comprehensive guide with tech safety tips for seniors that includes safety tips for the internet, smartphones, emails, avoiding scams, and protecting personal information.

By Redfin

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Article: The Best Medical Alert Systems for Seniors

This review sheds light on the top home medical alert options so that seniors and their loved ones can easily choose a reputable and affordable home medical alert company that works for them.

By Caring.com

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Article: The Most Common In-Home Injuries for Seniors and How to Prevent Them

Whether you’re recovering from your first age-related injury in the hospital or more of your friends have moved into assisted living homes, staying at home can make the transition into twilight years easier.

By HomeAdvisor

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Article: How to Reduce Hoarding and Clutter to Prevent Falls

A justified amount of fall prevention focus has been placed on creating a safe and manageable environment, and that means reducing hoarding tendencies and clutter.

By Mavencare

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Article: How to Remodel for Accessibility

To move or not to move? That’s a question many families struggle with when they realize their home isn’t practical for an aging or disabled family member.

By Angie’s List

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Article: Home Modifications for the Elderly

Home modifications are physical changes made to one’s home to accommodate for the changing needs of the elderly or disabled, to enable aging in place.

By Paying for Senior Care

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Article: Garage Safety Hazards

When it comes to potentially hazardous areas in houses, garages are one of the most overlooked and ignored spots by homeowners.

By Garage Living

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Article: Aging in Place with Digital Health Technology

With some careful planning, technological creativity and family and professional support, elderly individuals can continue to live in their own homes into the autumn of life safely and comfortably.

By VeryWell Health

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We’re happy to provide links to other area nonprofit organizations, to national associations, and to relevant articles that provide useful information and services to seniors.

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