Resources

Empowering Families with Essential Information

From assistance with accessing healthcare resources to guidance on navigating government programs, they provide essential aid and advocacy for seniors and individuals with disabilities.

The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) is dedicated to improving the quality of legal services provided to older adults and people with disabilities.

Anne Arundel County has eight Senior Activity Centers that provide a wide array of educational programs, recreational activities, volunteer opportunities, seminars, and classes in art, crafts, computer use, dance, and many other topics.

Explore Retirement Living Sourcebook for invaluable resources on aging in place, senior housing assistance, and a wealth of information tailored to meet the unique needs of older adults and their families

Discover invaluable resources and support for Alzheimer’s and dementia care through the Alzheimer’s Association website, offering guidance, education, and advocacy for individuals and families impacted by these conditions.

Access the Maryland Attorney General’s website for essential guidance and resources on advanced directives, empowering you to make informed decisions about your healthcare preferences and future medical care

Access to comprehensive information and resources tailored to healthcare needs.

Visit People’s Law for comprehensive information and resources on advance directives, providing essential guidance to help you navigate important decisions about your healthcare preferences and end-of-life care

Explore this site for valuable information and forms to create a Maryland power of attorney, empowering you or someone you appoint as a representative to act on behalf of a loved one in various circumstances, ensuring their interests are protected and wishes are accurately reflected in legal documentation.

Maryland State Anatomy Board

Essential resources on anatomical donation through the Maryland Department of Health, offering guidance and information to individuals interested in making a meaningful contribution to medical education and research through whole-body donation.

Explore Anatomy Gifts Registry for comprehensive information and resources on whole-body donation, providing guidance and support for individuals interested in anatomical donation.

Maryland Relay is a free public service that allows people unable to use a standard telephone to both make and receive phone calls.

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