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Library Services for Seniors
 
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General Resources

AARP—New Hampshire : The AARP has information geared to NH residents.

Active Retirement Association: The ARA provides educational and cultural programming in the Seacoast area and beyond.

Discounts for NH Senior Citizens: Find a list of discounts for seniors for restaurants, retail stores and travel.

Eldercare Locator: A public service of the U.S. Administration on Aging, Eldercare Locator connects families to services for older adults.

The Friends Program—Retired and Senior Volunteer Program: In addition to volunteer opportunities, the Friends Program offers programs that libraries can host such as Bone Builders, a fitness program for seniors.

Housing Resources for Seniors: New Hampshire: The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has a resource page for each state.

National Institute on Aging: Part of the US Department of Health and Human Services, the NIA offers research-based information and resources related to health and aging.

NH Legal Assistance for Seniors: The Senior Law Project (SLP) assists our state’s most economically and socially needy seniors with civil legal problems.

The Savvy Senior: This national information network is devoted to older Americans and the families that support them.                                               

Seasoned Times: This site offers active seniors recipes, crossword puzzles, links to helpful resources and other topics.

ServiceLink: Aging and Disability Resource Center: A program of the NH Department of Health and Human Services, ServiceLink helps individuals access and make connections to long term services and supports, access family caregiver information and supports, explore options and understand and access Medicare and Medicaid.

Today’s Seniors: This site offers information on a wide range of issues of interest to seniors.

Educational Opportunities for Seniors

NH Senior Citizen Tuition Waiver: New Hampshire residents who are age 65 or older and are not enrolled in a degree program are eligible to take a maximum of two credit-bearing courses per academic year tuition-free at UNH.

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Granite State College: OLLI (Osher Lifelong Learning Institute) at Granite State College offers educational opportunities to individuals 50+ years of age. There is also an OLLI at Dartmouth College.  

Rivier Institute for Senior Education (RISE): In partnership with the Road Scholar Institute network, this is an organization for learning in retirement for those 55 years and older.