Welcome to our senior online resource page. Here, you will find helpful links to other websites offering useful information. If you know of a site we should add, please make a suggestion. Thank you.
Categories available on this site include computers, health and wellness, and leisure and fun.
American Health Care Association and the National Center for Assisted Living
General advice and specific information on assisted living facilities, including key questions consumers should ask when planning for long-term care; financial information and tips for people considering a career in long-term care; links to other senior related websites and a glossary.
Blindness Support Services
Dedicated to teaching those who are blind or have visual impairments to become more independent and adapt to the challenges they have – based in Riverside, CA.
Valuable information and resources to help you learn to live more successfully with diabetes – based in Riverside, CA.
Elder Law Advocate
The Law Office of George F. Dickerman, Elder Law Attorney
There are 4,000 reviewed links to long term care information available on this site. Topics include finance and insurance, living arrangements, regional information and a library.
Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research Foundation
A comprehensive website with up-to-date information on all aspects of Alzheimer’s disease – local resources based on zip codes, driving directions to resource centers, doctors and community service centers, chat rooms and bulletin boards. The Fisher Center is based in New York.
This site is geared toward consumers and offers news, information on prevention and choosing quality care and disease-specific information.
Los Angeles Times
The Pulitzer Prize-winning Times has been covering Southern California for almost 140 years.
Master in Nursing: Guide to Masters Degrees in Nursing
The official U.S. government site for people with Medicare
National Care Planning Council/Long Term Care Link
“We are the most comprehensive resource for Eldercare, Senior Services and Care Planning anywhere. We publish articles, books, and guides to help you learn how to meet the needs of seniors. The providers and services listed under Senior Services are here to help with any retirement or eldercare need.” – Thomas Day, Director
National Library of Medicine
This site contains clinical information
New York Times
The preeminent newspaper site on the Internet
The Press-Enterprise and PE.com are THE sources for news and information in Inland Southern California
Quitza – YOU’RE NEVER TOO OLD TO QUIT SMOKING
Quitza is a non-profit where users from all over the world support each other while quitting smoking using Quitzas custom made social support network. Quitza combines the social support with real time progress tracking technologies where users earn awards when they reach milestones throughout their quit. These are then shared with the community for further support.
Riverside Community Health Foundation
The RCHF provides health education and services to residents of Riverside and its surrounding communities – a good resource for local services.
RN to BSN
Dedicated to conducting unbiased research about nursing education and career opportunities.
This site lists the top 200 prescription drugs for the past four years, discusses alternative medicine, and offers a variety of information on specific drugs, including dosages, side effects and costs.
Social Security Administration (SSA)
The SSA site gives disability information and current laws and regulations, and offers an opportunity to request earnings and benefits statements online.
We are proud to be perennial awardees of the Inland Empire Magazine’s Best of… series as well as SeniorAdvisor.com’s Best of Senior Living.
We work hard each year to bring you the best of Residential Healthcare in a warm, welcoming, home-like setting coupled with the highest levels of care in the industry at the absolute best prices compared to similar facilities. Thank you for your continued support of our community service.
Phillip C. Saucedo, MBA
and Chief Financial Officer