Synergy HomeCare is part of the national employer team for AARP, one of the most popular references for the average American retiree. The association’s website, magazine, outreach efforts, and events cater to the needs and concerns of retired people throughout the country. AARP makes a constant effort to educate, entertain, and ease the lives of senior citizens. Most importantly, it validates their desire to remain valuable, contributing members of society.
Many of the people we serve are home-bound. Due to injury or severe illness, many are restricted to their beds. Online resources give these people access to community, entertainment, and information that they otherwise would not have. Below are some of our favorite online resources from AARP.
10. The Games
What better way to spend your retirement than to play all day? AARP has many interactive games to choose from.
Increased age often (but not always) means adding medication to one’s daily routine. With a pile of pills and multiple daily doses, it can be hard to distinguish the name, and the use for each medication. The Pill Identifier can help you identify the pills you take.
A good companion to The Pill Identifier, the Drug Interaction Checker will inform you of any unhealthy reactions between your medications.
The hub for all online tools available on the AARP site.
This online communication center allows the user to discuss various topics. Among the many discussions, popular conversations cover health, politics, and current events.
As part of the national employer team for AARP, Synergy HomeCare is a great job source for people over the age of 55. AARP provides listings and opportunities for senior looking for employment.
Retirees are often without a disposable income. Money tools open the doors for financial security as senior citizens adjust to the changing economic climate.
Aging has its benefits. Members of AARP get deals from many companies and services.
Seniors fit into many roles. Some are appreciative of the care they receive from a family member; others are the source of care for their loved ones in need. The Caregiving Resource Center gives family caregivers a place to go for help and respite.
A portable extension of the website, seniors can access AARP from anywhere through their iPhone.