The National Institute on Aging (NIA) seeks to discover those factors that contribute to healthy aging as well as to inform the public about the diseases and disabilities associated with old age. It is highly recommended as a well-written, comprehensive, and user-friendly website for information on a wide range of resources for older adults, their loved ones and caregivers.
Sponsored by the National Council on Aging, My Medicare Matters has a variety of interactive educational materials about Medicare, a gateway to apply for Medicare, as well as providing free one-on-one assistance with selecting and enrolling in healthcare coverage. The site is a highly recommended resource for people turning 65 who want to prepare for Medicare.
USA.gov - Health helps users find government health resources by listing their organizations, health information sites, and programs. Content includes resources for children, especially adoptees & those in foster care, lists of health information & insurance sites, and information about vaccines. This website is highly recommended to anyone who is trying to locate government health resources.