Click the links below to access resource websites to learn more about the warning signs that care is needed.
These tips can help monitor some key health areas that are often missed when working with the elderly.
Eight warning signs that the financial situation for an elderly person may be off track are outlined here.
The 10 warning signs of Alzheimer’s, along with the differences between Alzheimer’s and typical age-related changes, are outlined here, courtesy of Alzheimer’s Association.
National Public Radio’s “Fresh Air” interviewed Randy Frost and Gail Steketee, the writers of “Stuff: Compulsive Hoarding and the Meaning of Things”. This link allows you to listen to the informative interview.
41Pounds is a non-profit organization that helps reduce junk mail by contacting several direct mail companies on the consumer’s behalf. Especially useful for cutting down on sweepstakes entry forms or mail scams. Note there is a small charge for this service- $41 for 5 years of coverage, plus they donate $15 to a non-profit selected by the person signing up.
Anyone who wishes to reduce unwanted telemarketing calls can register their phone number with this Web site.
The National Consumer League’s Fraud Center provides information on fraud targeted directly to the elderly.
Learn about the top scams of 2011 in this report provided by the National Consumers League.