Annotated Internet Resouces by Subject
This page contains a vast amount of material of interest to seniors, ranging from "Basic Facts about Reverse Mortgages" to "Staying Sharp."
Administration on Aging
This site "includes information designed for Older Americans and their families as well as those concerned about providing the opportunities and services to enrich the lives of older persons and support their independence."
This page contains a wealth of information about adoption. It has links to "Adoption Daily News," "Searching for Birth Relatives," "Birthmother Resources," "Adoptive Parent Resources," "The Adoption Libraries," "International Adoption Resources," "Weekly Adoption Columns," "Adoption Awards," "The Ultimate Page of Adoption-Related Links" and "Fun Links."
"BabyCenter is packed with reference information, links to other online destinations, helpful hints and checklists, ways to connect with your peers, and a convenient store with thousands of baby products at discount prices." Among its more interesting features are "The Baby Monitor" and the "Baby Name Center."
Families, Youth & Communities Overview
The USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture provides numerous links to family resources.
Family Guide Book
"We designed this site to be the one-stop for parents, teachers and educators, librarians, law enforcement, journalists, child advocacy groups, kids, teens and college students who want to enjoy cyberspace, safely ... We'll warn you about the dangers and risks online, help you get to know each other and share the wonders of the Internet."
"Safe Within is an ever-changing site that provides news and information relating to you and your family's safety, security, health, and sense of well-being."
Senior Living Map
Formerly Seniors-Site.com, with 32,146 listings, Senior Living Map is the most comprehensive map-based senior and assisted living search engine. You can search the 50 states and District of Columbia by city or zip code and further narrow your search by residential care homes, assisted living facilities, if they offer memory care and/or accept pets. Unfortunately the site map no longer includes links to alternative medicines, nutrition and supplements, pets, aging, death and dying, retirement, nursing homes, frauds, etc.
"Here you will find plenty of interesting wedding articles and wedding stories about wedding-related topics."
"WidowNet ... [is] an information and self-help resource for, and by, widows and widowers. Topics covered include grief, bereavement, recovery, and other information helpful to people of all ages, religious backgrounds and sexual orientations, who have suffered the death of a spouse or life partner."