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One of the most important aspects in studying for a master’s in gerontology is long-term elderly care. Seniors often need to be placed into nursing homes, assisted living facilities, or some other form of long-term care during their lives. But with news, laws, and regulations coming in on a regular basis, it can be difficult to keep up with it all.

To help, we have gathered 40 informative forums on long-term elderly care. They contain the latest discussions on the topic, as well as the many others that relate to it such as law and money. There are even a few to help you choose the best long-term care and get the latest expert advice.

Informative Forums on Elderly Care

  1. The Elder Care Forum
    This forum has tons of topics on all sorts of items pertaining to elder care. They include Alzheimer’s, family dynamics, and even a few legal ones. Be sure to visit the main site, which includes more helpful information.
  2. A Place for Mom’s Family
    Pamela, Brian, and John created this forum to help you connect with others who are coping with the same elder care challenges. Join them to get answers to your questions, share your experiences, or help answer other’s questions. There are literally hundreds of posts on many topics.
  3. Senior Health & Care
    Stop here to get a forum that is part of Factoidz. Questions are often asked and answered here, including in this special section for seniors. Recent questions are on Medicare prescriptions and successful aging.
  4. Our Parents
    They are designed to assist you and your aging parents. Get a forum for the children of those needing long term elderly care here. There are also sections on nursing homes, assisted living, in home care, and more.
  5. Mr. Long Term Care
    He specializes in letting “care be our long term commitment.” Check out his forum, which has mostly questions on long term care insurance. Check out the learning center with more.
  6. Care Talk
    They are part of Transitions, Inc. Elder Care Consulting. Check out the forum to see the answers to questions such as activity ideas, fixation in elderly adults, and more. The main site has loads more.
  7. Caregiver Forum
    Visit here to get forums specifically in advice and information. The forum stands out for having anonymous caregivers as well as family members post topics. Simply scroll down to get the latest, or look up by your topic of choice.
  8. Aging Parents and Elder Care
    Scroll down here to begin reading their forum. The forums include topics on defensive caregiving, toxic parents, and much more. The main site also has links to other resources.

Informative Forums for Senior Citizens

  1. Senior.com
    Click here to get one of the leading online communities for seniors. They have sections on health, housing, entertainment, and more. A free membership gives you the option to share an online profile.
  2. Senior Site
    Get everything from mortgage information to dating tips on this site. There are special community sections for singles, finances, history, and more. You can also read the latest news on the homepage.
  3. Worldwide Seniors
    See how long term care and other topics are done overseas with a visit here. This forum is for senior citizens all over the world. Simply sign up to begin posting, or begin reading right away.
  4. Senior Women
    Get a forum just for senior women by stopping here. They have sections on culture, relationships, shopping, money, and health. They even list the most popular articles on the homepage.
  5. Women in our 60’s
    Visit here for a meeting place for just what the title promises. There are support groups, health information, and more. You can even read more about famous women over 60.
  6. 39 and Over
    Although the starting age isn’t for seniors, there are many members here who are. They have resources for both patients and caregivers, as well as an area to ask and answer questions. You can also scroll down to get the latest articles.
  7. Laterlife
    They have forums, but the real draw here is the current and useful articles on life as a senior. There is also a blog, classifieds, and much more. They even have a retirement group.
  8. Pen Pals for Seniors
    If all this online contact is too impersonal, stop here. This site specializes in getting senior citizens connected to pen pals. Stop by to be matched up with someone, as well as other related resources.

Informative Forums on Specific Elderly Care

  1. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
    This is the official site of both and is run by the Department of Health and Human Services. If you have a common question involving Medicare or Medicaid, stop here to look it up. Most popular answers are on CMS and the purpose of the National Provider Identifier.
  2. TOS 50
    This is the forum for The Other Side of 50 network. They have ten different forums to choose from, including one on health and wellness. The main site also has the latest news for seniors.
  3. Sage Crossroads
    SAGE Crossroads is the premier online forum for emerging issues of human aging. They tackle issues like the senior boom, new discoveries in science, and technology. Be sure not to miss the Sagecasts with even more on the topic.
  4. National Senior Living Providers Network
    Visit here for a forum for those working in long term elderly care. They have all the site activity on this page, which includes topic postings. There is also more on the main site.
  5. Seniors Network
    Senior citizens living in the UK will enjoy this network. It includes the latest news on local developments in elderly care and beyond. There are many topics to choose form including health, insurance, money, and more.
  6. NHS Communities
    Stop here for another forum for those living in the UK. This is part of the National Health Service and has people from across the country posting on health topics. You can also get the latest news, careers, and more.
  7. Senior Years
    Senior citizens living in Canada will enjoy a visit here. They have tips, advice, and news on senior living in the country. You can get a multitude of columns, as well as articles, news, and links.
  8. Early Retirement Forum
    If thinking about retiring or have already done so, check out this forum. It has loads of tips on how to do it, along with how to live well after. There is even a special thread on health.

Informative Forums on Nursing Homes

  1. Nursing Home Compare
    Use this tool from Medicare to compare and review nursing homes. In four steps, you can be connected to more information on nursing homes in your area to help you choose. There are also loads of guides on rights, ratings, how to choose, and even a checklist.
  2. The National Consumer Voice for Quality Long Term Care
    They help provide the elderly and their families with a voice in the consumer world. They have sections just for residents, family members, and advocates. Check out the latest policy advocacy and news on the homepage.
  3. Free Nursing Home Reports
    Get free reports on how nursing homes are doing with a visit to this site. They offer three different ways to get them including on the site, reports compiled by state, and from federal inspection agencies.
  4. Retirement Review
    Elizabeth James and others bring you this source for retirement info, reviews on retirement communities, reviews on assisted living, and more. They have reviews for the U.S., as well as Canada and overseas. You can also get tips on assisted living and the best places to retire.
  5. Gilbert Guide
    They feature assisted living and independent living options for every lifestyle. Get reviews in your area with just a visit. There are also sections for finance, legal, and Medicare.
  6. Cite Health
    Independent reviews of healthcare providers are featured on this site. In this section, you can get nursing home reviews by state. Other pages include hospitals and dialysis centers.
  7. Member of the Family
    Use this site to “get the nursing home care your loved one deserves.” They provide information about 16,000 Medicare/Medicaid-certified nursing homes in the United States, including easy-to-understand reports based on recent government surveys.

Informative Blogs on Long-Term Elderly Care

  1. Eldercare ABC Blog
    They are all About Being Connected. Get the latest in news and views on elder care with a visit here. A few of the most popular articles are on protection from financial elder abuse and how to deal with aging parents.
  2. ElderCare Link
    Carol Bradley Bursack is the editor here and cared for a neighbor and six elderly family members. Check out her latest takes on the senior care in her blog.
  3. Steve’s Senior Care Blog
    Steve Monroe is partner and editor of the “The Senior Care Investor” and “The Senior Care Acquisition Report.” Get serious news on the senior care side with a read of his blog. You can also get loads more on related topics on his main site.
  4. Senior Care Blog
    This blog is part of Vida Inc. Senior Resources. In addition to reading the latest blog posts, you can also be connected to a senior care advisor to chat. Categories include assisted living, caregiver relief, and others.
  5. Caregiver List
    Caregiverlist provides a premiere service connecting seniors and professional caregivers with the most reliable eldercare options, highest quality ratings, and outstanding careers nationwide. The blog has the latest stats and tips for how to do just that. You can also get information on caregiving jobs.
  6. Caregiving
    Stop here for the official long term care blog from the AARP. The newest entries and spotlight discussions are featured on the homepage. You can also check out the resource center for tools, worksheets, and tips on how to plan and succeed as a caregiver.
  7. Changing Aging
    This is the official blog of Ecument, which offers loads of services to seniors. Get the latest in senior news, as well as tips for care, with a visit. The main site also has more resources for seniors.
  8. Senior Care Blog
    Click here for a blog on elder care and senior health. It is part of Eldercare 101. Blog posts are often their weekly newsletter with links to stories.
  9. Senior Care Stories Blog
    Get true life stories on senior care in this blog. Categories include finance, health, relationships, and more. The latest was on real estate dealings.

Remember that the above 40 informative forums on long term elderly care are just for informative purposes only. Only you and your family can decide what is best when choosing long term care for a senior.

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How to help parents transitioning to Assisted Living 
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How much to pay a caregiver? 
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Proper use of a Hoyer lift? 
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Mother wants to sleep all the time 
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strap for assisting weak person  
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Carol 
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Parents need help 
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possible caregiver for my parents 
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Concerned Granddaughter 
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Resources / Books on Caring for Aging Parents 
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My dad can't carry anything while using a cane 
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Daughter of 83 yr old Mother 
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Alcoholism in an aging parent 
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What if I have to quit my job to take care of my mother?

Stair Lift Rejected By Parents 
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Mattress Shopping for Aging Parents 
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Is there a wheelchair that will help to keep my mom from sliding out? She is not able to sit up straight. Thanks

Tips for giving medications to seniors? 
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Elderly Foot Care Question 
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Donation of Equipment for Seniors? 
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Will converting a folding walker from single to dual wheels improve stability? 
The wife uses a regular folding walker with single wheels on the front and skids on back. We see dual wheels on the front of walkers for elderly which …

Would Bed Rails for Elderly Help my Parent Get into Bed Unassisted? 
My 87 yr. old mother has no problem getting up and out of bed but when she tries to get back up into it she has tremendous difficulty. She doesn't …

Will a whirlpool foot bath help with elderly foot care? 
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Constipation in the Elderly 
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Cutting Toenails: Elderly Foot Care 
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Assistance for the Elderly to Live with Daughter? 
My parents are living independently but are struggling on a combined income of $1,070 per month. They own their home but the upkeep is too much for them. …

Bathroom grab bars without screws? 
I don't like the suction bathroom grab bars - they fall off. I want a grab bar that does not have screws that will damage the tub. Any suggestions …

Are elevated toilet seats the answer? 
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How to put a rollator walker into the car trunk? 
My mother uses a rollator walker but she struggles getting it into and out of her trunk. Do you have any recommendations to make this easier? …

Recovery from Dehydration in the Elderly 
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Phones for elderly with pendant emergency button? 
I am looking for a phones for elderly that will automatically dial an emergency number if I push a button on a necklace if I fall in another room. …

Difficulty urinating with Parkinson's Disease 
My father in law lives with us and he Parkinson's disease. The problem is that he has an erection nearly all the time and when he trys to urinate he …

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Can't Afford Assisted Living - Parents are in Danger 
My parents are 90 and 84. They live way out in the country by themselves and my sister and I are pulling our hair out on what to do. They have …

Accessible home design - flooring question 
In building a home for an elderly person what would be the maximum acceptable height for the change in level between two rooms in order to avoid a tripping …

Any guidelines that I need or should be aware of for taking care of aging parents? 
Thanks for being their for those of us that have to care for our aging parents. Any guidelines that I need or should be aware of? My parents are …

How do nursing homes make up their beds? 
Mom has had to start using adult diapers and often makes a mess in her bed. How do nursing homes set up their beds so that they are easier to change …

My grandmother living at home alone 
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Is this behavior normal? 
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Make it easier to get up from toilet or will it make her weaker? 
Hi, I want my senior lady to be able to get on and off the toilet more easily with a raised commode and cylinder set up. The other caregiver believes …

Caregiver for 89 year old - only one bowel movement a week? 
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Could this be considered neglect/ abuse of the elderly? 
My 85 yr old mother in law has dementia and also has severe paranoid delusions. I don't feel she is suffering from abuse of the elderly so much as neglect. …

Medication Dispensation Devices 
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Trouble Swallowing and Dehydration 
My mother, age 92, is having increasing difficulty swallowing. Her doctor also insists on prescribing Aldactone (a diuretic) for her chronic congestive …

How Do I Help Arrange Supports like Meals, Medical Alerts, etc? 
how do i go about arranging things such as meals on wheels, home help and panic alarms for falls or emergencies etc

Appropriate Choices 
My pop has dementia (78), and is insistent upon selling his home to move closer to mine. The problem is he wants to buy another home instead of downsizing. …

Preventing Pneumonia Elderly after a Scapular Fracture 
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Funding for home accessibility for taking care of eldelry parents? 
My parents are moving in with me, so I can take care of them and they can stay together. But my home is not wheelchair accessible for my mother. They …

Is Chest Pain a Symptom of Pneumonia Elderly? 
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Help for Elderly out of Bed without Hurting Them? 
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Help for Elderly to Get Out of Chairs 
My mom is 87 years old and has quite a bit of dementia. She still lives in her own home, but my brother and wife are living there with her. I've …

Dehydration in the Elderly with Dementia 
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Elderly Safety in the Bath/Shower 
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Food at Senior Community 
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Help for Elderly Father with Alzheimer's who Wanders 
My father has Alzheimer's and we are taking care of him in our home. Are there any programs that provide help for elderly to identify people who might …

Alzheimer Symptoms in Elderly: Restless at Night 
My father has Alzheimer's and lives with us full-time. We have a paid caregiver during the day while we work but family is home with him at night. …

Financial Help For Being Caregiver For Elderly Father In Law? 
I'm currently looking after my 73yr old father in law. He's not allowed to be left alone so I stay and look after him. I'm not able to work and can't …

Is there equipment for seniors that will help my dad out of bed? 
My dad is 76 years old. He moves around pretty good but was telling me he is having trouble getting out of bed. Is there any equipment for seniors that …

Should we consider a chair lift for stairs? 
My mother and father have lived in the same house for over 20 years. They want to live there for as long as they can. They are both in their 80's, relatively …

Help for Elderly: Assisted Living/Skilled Nursing Reviews  
Does anyone know of a site that provides reviews of facilities (assisted living or skilled nursing) from a consumer/family perspective when considering …

Recovery in Pneumonia Elderly? 
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Help for Elderly Getting Socks On 
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Difficulty Getting On and Off The Toilet 
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Transporting Food While Using Folding Cane 
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Seniors Caring for Pets; Is this normal behaviour or is it the start of elderly dementia? 
My mother used to be very particular about cleanliness. But in the last few years she lets any pets "do their business" in her apartment. She actually …

Help for Elderly for Grants or Funding for Scooters? 
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Bath Suggestions for Elderly Dementia? 
We are caring for my aging parents mostly because my mother needed help to care for my father who has early to mid Alzheimer's. My elderly parents have …

Best Way to do Elderly Medication Reminders? 
My mother has been living on her own with no apparent problems, she was recently hospitalized and we moved her into a retirement community. She's …

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After a few minutes Vika got up and sat down. She looked with interest at her space, stained with blood and discharge. She touched her snap with her fingers and, making sure that she was not in pain, she got up and went.

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He walked steadily through the first lap, but Vika, with her behavior, did not allow her to discharge, and he had to go to the second. And it was here that failure awaited him. Galya and Natasha tried so well that even ten pitching in a quietly lying Lariska could not bring down his tension.

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