Michigan seniors citizens can visit a new website to find information ranging from a guide to nursing homes to how to avoid scams. The new site, http://www.seniorbrigade.com, was announced on May 4 by State Attorney General Mike Cox.
Cox said the goal is to give seniors one place where they can learn more about health care, financial issues, consumer protection, veterans affairs and local events.
"There are 100 different websites that have information that helps seniors. But there's no one place where seniors can go for specifically consumer protection," said Mary Ablan, director of the Area Agencies on Aging Association of Michigan.
The site's home page features a video message from Cox, a Republican who is planning to run for Michigan governor in 2010. People who use the site can increase the font size if they have trouble reading the text. Cox said Michigan's population of seniors is expected to double by 2030.
[via Yahoo Tech]