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Senior Resource Guide, 2013-2014

Senior Resource Guide, 2013-2014

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Sen. Liz Krueger's Senior Resource Guide for 2013-2014.
Sen. Liz Krueger's Senior Resource Guide for 2013-2014.

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Published by: State Senator Liz Krueger on Oct 07, 2013
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AdvocacyCaregivingCommunity BoardsComputer TrainingConsumer ProtectionContinuing EducationCultural & RecreationalDisability ServicesElder AbuseEmergency InfoEmploymentGovernment BenefitsHealth InsuranceLow Cost HealthcareHousingLegal ResourcesLong-Term CareSenior CentersSocial SecuritySocial Service AgenciesTransportation
Veterans’ Benefits
 Volunteer Opportunities& More
Courtesy of New York State Senator Liz Krueger
Senior
2013 - 2014
Resource
 
Guide
 
 
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We have done our best to make this guide as comprehensive and accurate aspossible. However, in a city with as many dynamic organizations and programsas ours we know we must have missed important resources. Over time it iscommon for organizations to move, phone numbers to change, and programs to
close or change. Please feel free to contact Senator Krueger’s office at
(212) 490-9535 or lkrueger@nysenate.govif there are additional resources you think should be included in the next edition, or if the information you find in thisguide has changed.
 
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Fall 2013
 
Dear Community Member,It is hard to believe that this is the Fifth Edition of our Senior Resource Guide
 — 
the mostcomprehensive guide to resources for older adults in our community. You will find expandedinformation about long-
term care, veterans’ benefits, advanced directives, caregiving, and elder 
abuse. You will also find additional resources on healthcare, housing, consumer protection,continuing education, access to food, transportation, and much more.As in the past, I find my office constantly receiving requests for the guide. This Fifth Editioncan also be accessed online by going tokrueger.nysenate.gov,where you can obtain an electronic copy and sign up for 
 LizList 
to receive e-mail updates from me.In these tough economic times, it is so important for older adults to be informed about the benefits and entitlements they have earned throughout their lifetimes, as well as ways toincrease their quality of life. This is the goal of everyone who contributed to this new andexpanded Fifth Edition.One of 
my
most important resources continues to be the input I receive from each of you. It is agreat privilege to represent your interests and concerns in Albany and I am always eager to hear from you. I encourage you to contact my office at (212) 490-9535 or lkrueger@nysenate.gov with any questions or comments.We have done our best to make this guide as comprehensive and accurate as possible. Over time organizations move, phone numbers change, and programs close or change, while new programs become available. If there are resources that you are looking for and cannot find inthis guide, please call my office and my staff will be happy to help find you the information youneed.Sincerely,Liz Krueger State Senator 

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