ACN provides a library of informative materials that focus on the multiple dimensions of aging:


My Personal Advocate

This service will:

  • Help you ask your doctor(s) key questions about any health conditions or procedures so you can make the best decisions about your care and your treatment plan.
  • Guide you to trusted information, so you don’t have to waste your time sorting through the overwhelming online information trying to figure out what’s up to date, correct, and most importantly, right for you.
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Please note that Amazing Care Network lists these resources for information only.  ACN does not endorse, or receive a financial benefit from any product or service that may be promoted, sold, or advertised in any publication mentioned.

Don’t be silent! If you are experiencing elder abuse or know of someone who is, then please get assistance.

National Center on Elder Abuse (NCEA) – Administration

Types of Elder Abuse, American Psychological Association 

National Council on Aging

Dedicated to providing nutritiously planned meals to seniors in their own homes.

LBFE National – Relieving social isolation and loneliness
After watching both of my grandmothers suffer through their dementia diagnoses, I developed a greater empathy for our aging population and their many daily struggles. As we emerged from the pandemic, I felt certain there was more I could do to serve the elders in my community. I was overjoyed to discover the local chapter of a non-profit, Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly (LBFE), whose mission is to reduce isolation and loneliness among older adults. I have been part of LBFE’s “visiting volunteer program” for almost a year now, and have been paired up with an elder adult, Bessie, who I visit with several times a month. Bessie is a light in my life and her friendship has truly grown my heart.

Harmony Health: Reduce the risk of falls with the help of technology and guided procedures
Area Agencies on Aging: Find valuable assistance and information with programs to help local seniors

Find assistance with senior programs and resources for financial assistance.

U.S. organization addressing the interests of middle-aged and older adults.

  • HI: TheHandi-Van – Oahu Transit Services, Inc. – A public transit service for people with disabilities who cannot use TheBus.
    • (808) 538-0033 (You will need to complete application which involves an interview/assessment at their office in Honolulu)
  • HI: Persons with Disabilities Parking Permit
    • (808) 586-8121
  • CA: The California Department of Aging contracts with Area Agencies on Aging (AAA) that can help with transportation and other services for people 60 years of age or older regardless of income level.
    • Choose your county and find the resources you need here.
  • Nationally

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