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Resources for COVID-19

Older Adults

Growing older doesn't diminish the need for financial guidance.

When a person retires, their need for insurance and financial services guidance doesn’t end. In fact, for many it’s just the beginning. NAIFA members help their retired clients adjust their budgets and estimate expenses, develop disbursement strategies for their retirement savings, find healthcare as well as limited and extended care solutions, and create legacies to leave for loved ones or charities. NAIFA members also provide front-line protection against scams targeting older Americans.


During the COVID-19 outbreak, NAIFA members are a vital resource for their senior clients. The following are additional sources of information specifically compiled for older Americans.

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Sources You Can Trust

  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has create a web page with “COVID-19 Guidance for Older Adults
  • The National Council on Aging (NCOA) has created a useful COVID-19 resources page.
  • In addition to the NAIFA Scams Resource Kit (see above), NCOA has an article on scams specifically targeting older Americans.
  • gov is the official U.S. government authority on that government program, and it contains a wealth of COVID-19 information as well as an option to sign up for email notifications.
  • The State Health Insurance Assistance Programs web site has links to state-level Medicare resources and provides assistance.
  • The American Society on Aging has articles on avoiding social isolation and ensuring that the COVID-19 response doesn’t lead to other problems as well as links to other sources of information.
  • Meals on Wheels has information specific to the COVID-19 outbreak.