Category: Articles, Elder Law


Are you a tech-savvy senior? Contrary to popular belief, there are more of you than people believe.

However, do you know what websites are at the top for senior citizens?

From finance to humor, here are eight sites that are frequented by seniors:

AARP – Most people are familiar with AARP, but what you might not know is that the website is full of information as well as discounts that seniors can take advantage of. If you haven’t checked out this non profit organization’s website, this should be at the top of your list.

Pogo – Fun and games aren’t just for kids. Pogo has brought some of your favorite games like Scrabble, crossword puzzles, and Sudoku to the online world so you can play them by yourself or against friends in an online competition.

Suddenly Senior – This website has over 4,000 pages full of humor. You can check out some of their joke-filled forums, look through some old nostalgia, or laugh at their senior trivia.

Third Age – Unlike some other sites for healthy living, the articles posted on this website get approval from the on-site physicians first. The website offers information on everything ranging from money management to relationships and offers online classes.

Seniors Guide to Computers – If you need practical advice on using a computer in a language that is down-to-earth and easy to understand, this is your place. Easy to understand screenshots and videos help you every step of the way.

Retire Wow – This is an online resource for everything that you need after retirement. The interactive website gives you plenty of opportunities to join classes online and experts questions.

Seniors Only Club – If you love to gab, this website gives you a variety of forum options where you can chat about music, science, sports, faith, politics, and more. Plus, it’s only open to seniors.

Facebook – Seniors are one of the fastest growing populations to use Facebook. It is the perfect social media platform to share your thoughts, videos, and photos with family and friends.

If you love to spend time browsing on your computer, take a few minutes and check out these websites. You might be surprised at just how much fun and interaction you really can have.


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