Senior Aging Information & Resources

AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety

This organization’s website offers senior driving self-assessments, safe driving tips, emergency information, and more.

Administration on Aging

This federal agency sponsors the Eldercare Locator, which identifies Area Agencies on Aging by geographic location.

American Society on Aging

Thousands of professionals throughout the country rely on the American Society on Aging to keep them on the cutting edge in an aging society.

National Area Agencies on Aging

The National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (N4A) is the umbrella organization for the 655 area agencies on aging (AAAs) and more than 230 Title VI Native American aging programs in the U.S. The fundamental mission of the AAAs is to provide services which make it possible for older individuals to remain in their home, thereby preserving their independence and dignity.

National Council on Aging, Inc.

This organization works with professionals and community organizations to improve the lives of the elderly. The website offers information about the organization’s wide-ranging advocacy role as well as access to its journal, Innovations.

National Institute on Aging

The National Institute on Aging (NIA), one of the 25 institutes and centers of the National Institutes of Health, leads a broad scientific effort to understand the nature of aging and to extend the healthy, active years of life. Check the website for the latest findings.

Senior Drivers

The mission of is not to teach anyone how to drive; rather, our mission is two-fold: Present some simple demonstration exercises that can keep one’s aging body both flexible and less tired, and offer a set of “refresher” tips, to help seniors overcome some of the stickier situations found in everyday driving.