RSS feeds from the American Bar Association:
Elder law is a relatively new practice area that cuts across several bodies of law including estate and tax planning, public benefits, pension and retirement benefits, social security and supplemental security income, conservatorships and guardianships. Elder law is viewed as an area of growth due to the aging of the United States population, longer life expectancies, and increased activism on the part of older citizens. The Law School has several classes for which we hope this research guide will be useful. If you would like to see a resource added, please call 413-782-1459.
Some of the resources on the Trial Court Library's website on Elder Issues require a library card which is free and may be obtained at any Trial Court Library.
The Mission Statement for the Executive Office of Elder Affairs states that "[w]e promote the independence and well-being of elders and people needing medical and social supportive services by providing advocacy, leadership, and management expertise to maintain a continuum of services responsive to the needs of our constituents, their families, and caregivers." The Elder Affair's website offers information on housing, health care, home care, meals and nutrition, caregiver support, service organizations, regulations and statistics and civic engagement. The items below are from the Office's RSS feed:
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