Welcome to StuffSeniorsNeed.com. This site was created by me as a tribute to my parents, who are now both senior citizens, to serve their generation.
These are the people who need help…and that is who I created this site for. It will not only make it easier for seniors to navigate the mystery that is Medicare, Reverse Mortgages, Prescription Drug Plans, Medigap plans, formularies…stuff like that…
…But it will also serve their caregivers, who are struggling with the issues that I faced after my mother’s heart attack.
To help you get the most out of this site…I have made a quick video that you can use as a tour of the site.
It is my intention to give you the information you need…in a simple and straight forward fashion. The site is broken down for easy navigation to the following sections:
Here you will receive great information highlighting not only the phones that are designed for those who are hard-of-hearing, have difficulty seeing and may potentially have arthritis, but also discuss free cell phones for low income individuals as well as the best bell phone plans for seniors.
By far my most popular request is for low income seniors to find free dental care. And after getting continual requests I also decided to break it down so that seniors could find free dental care by the state they live in.
Here I have all of the products that I have used to assist in taking care of my parents…walkers, showers chairs, raised toilet seats, overbed tables, medication reminders, etc…
After visiting you will have a complete understanding of what you need to be looking for in a medic alert system, and most importantly the features a medic alert system shouldn’t have.
Here is a compilation of all the information I could find about grants, assistance programs and discounts that are offered to seniors. I certainly hope that you can benefit from this information.
After having gone through the Medicaid process following my mother’s heart attack, I feel that I am in a unique position to assist those who have to go through it.
A rite of passage at age 65, you will know all that you need to know about applying for it, early retirement options and estimates of your social security income.
And as always, if at any point you have a question feel free to contact me and I will get back to you as soon as I can.
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