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The Illinois Department on Aging helps older people live independently in their own homes and communities. Working with Area Agencies on Aging, community-based service providers and older people themselves, the Illinois Department on Aging strives to improve quality of life for current and future generations of older Illinoisans.

Aging Care Connections is a community resource for older adults and their families in the southwest suburbs of Chicago. From in-home services and support to opportunities for health and wellness, the Agency is meeting the needs of today’s older adults and their families within the community.

The Association of Senior Service Providers is a network of professionals who work with, or on behalf of seniors. Members include representatives from the long-term care industry, retirement communities, home health agencies, hospitals, community-based organizations, private practitioners, colleges and universities, government offices and more.

AARP is a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to addressing the needs and interests of persons 50 and older.

The US Department of Veterans Affairs provides patient care and federal benefits to veterans and their dependents.

The Social Security Administration‘s mission is to advance the economic security of the nation’s people through compassionate and vigilant leadership in shaping and managing America’s Social Security programs.

The mission of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys is to establish NAELA members as the premier providers of legal advocacy, guidance and services to enhance the lives of people with special needs and people as they age.

The Administration on Aging (AoA), an agency in the U.S. Administration for Community Living, provides leadership and expertise on programs, advocacy, and initiatives affecting older adults and their caregivers and families. Working with and through the National Aging Network, AoA directs grant programs and promotes the development of coordinated systems of home- and community-based care for older adults and their caregivers as authorized under the Older Americans Act and other legislation.

The Caregivers Action Network educates, supports, empowers and speaks up for the more than 50 million Americans who care for loved ones with a chronic illness or disability or the frailties of old age. The network reaches across the boundaries of diagnoses, relationships and life stages to address the common needs and concerns of all family caregivers.

The National Alliance for Caregiving: The Alliance is dedicated to providing support to family caregivers and the professionals who help them and to increasing public awareness of issues facing family caregivers.

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