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25 Senior Living & Caregiving Twitter Feeds You Should Follow

By on March 3, 2014

Twitter LogoFamilies who are researching senior care can benefit from the support and information provided online. Although one might not naturally think of Twitter as a resource for this kind of support, it can actually be a great source of info and support for families dealing with caring for a parent, finding a care for a parent, or both, to get information

Here are some great Twitter feeds to follow if circumstances have found you in a position where you can benefit from the encouragement and knowledge dispensed via high quality senior living Twitter feeds.

Twitter Feeds for Families Researching Senior Care

  1. Administration on Aging | @AoAgov | “Official Twitter account of Administration on Aging.”
  2. AARP | @AARP | “AARP is leading a revolution in the way people view & live life after 50.”
  3. Aegis Senior Living | @aegisliving | “Senior Living communities in Washington, California & Nevada. We’re the People Who Make Life Better.”
  4. A Place for Mom | @APlaceForMom | “An online destination connecting families to expert senior care resources and local Senior Living Advisors.”
  5. Alzheimer’s Association | @alzassocation | “The Alzheimer’s Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer care, support and research.”
  6. Alzheimer’s Books | @AlzBooks | “Tweeting titles & reviews of books that may help you cope with Alzheimer’s disease.”
  7. AlzheimersNet | @Alzheimersnet “Your Online Community for Alzheimer’s Information and Support.”
  8. | @assistedliving6 | That is our own Twitter feed! “Get free expert guidance on choosing the right senior community from a local Senior Living Advisor, tailored to your unique needs and budget.”
  9. Atria Senior Living | @AtriaSL | “People are living longer. We’re working to help them live better.”
  10. Brookdale Senior Living | @BrookdaleLiving | Providing senior living solutions for all the places life can go.
  11. Care Givers United | @CGUnited | “CareGivers United is dedicated to educating and uplifting those who care for people suffering from illnesses such as Alzheimer’s and Dementia.”
  12. Costs of Care | @CostsofCare | “Nonprofit social venture that gives patients and their caregivers tools to deflate medical bills”
  13. Emeritus Sr. Living | @_Emeritus | You’re never too old to tweet,
  14. The Green House Project | @GreenHouse_Proj | “THE GREEN HOUSE model creates small, intentional communities for groups of elders and staff to focus on living full and vibrant lives.”
  15. Merrill Gardens Senior Living | @MerillGardens | “Ms. Merrill tweets news & events from Merrill Gardens communities & Billy Pettit shares industry info.”
  16. National Caregiver’s Alliance | @NA4Caregiving | “The National Alliance for Caregiving is a non-profit coalition of national organizations focusing on issues of family caregiving.”
  17. Paula Span | @paula_span | “Veteran journalist, chronicler of aging, NYT blogger, Columbia J-School prof, author of ‘When the Time Comes.”
  18. | SeniorAdvisor_ | “Empowering Seniors in their Search for Care”
  19. Senior Housing News | @srhousingnews | “Senior Housing News and Information on retirement topics, independent living, aging in place, skilled nursing, assisted living and dementia care. “
  20. Sunrise Senior Living | @SunriseSrLiving | “Sunrise Senior Living communities offer a full range of personalized senior living services.”


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Jeff attended the University of Alaska Fairbanks on an academic scholarship, and also studied creative writing at University of Hull (UK). He found his calling in 2009 when he began working with seniors and their families at A Place for Mom, and has immersed himself in writing and research about issues affecting older adults. He also enjoys literature, spending time with his daughter and recording music

  1. Steve Moran
    I am biased, but think you should have included Senior Housing Forum Steve Moran Publisher, Senior Housing Forum
  2. Steve Moran
  3. Maria Bass
    Wow! This post is pretty awesome. I think you really have a great list of feeds to follow when it comes to assisted living communities. This is indeed interesting. These feeds are indeed great links for research, too. Thanks!