- HealthCare.gov. Designed to help you take control of your health care by putting the power of information at your fingertips. It’s the first website to collect both public and private health insurance options across the nation in a single place.
- Medicare.gov. An all-purpose site with interactive tools for planning and paying for long-term care and choosing among drug plans. Includes searchable inspection results, good and bad, for the all the nation's skilled nursing facilities.
- NIHSeniorHealth.gov. A collaboration of the National Institutes of Health and the National Library of Medicine that provides authoritative information on all diseases and disorders of old age. Each section is available in both large-type and audio versions.
- National Institute on Aging. Describes ongoing research on aging and lists clinical trials seeking participants.
- Eldercare Locator. Links to state and local ombudsmen and agencies serving the elderly.
- U.S. Administration on Aging. Brief fact sheets on aging and links to outside resources for an assortment of caregiving issues, including financial planning, residential options, in-home services, case management and the law.
- CarePlanner. Free worksheets help users to create a care plan, keep track of medications and expenses, and plan home modifications.
- Govbenefits.gov. A tool to help determine benefit eligibility for a variety of government programs.