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If you tell a child that you're older than the Internet, do they stare at you in wonder and awe? The Internet's origins date back to the 1950s and commercial Internet providers kicked into high gear in the 1980s and '90s. Most of today's college students started using the Internet as toddlers.

A website is almost mandatory for any organization that offers valuable information, services, or products. In addition, a number of "social networking" websites have made it possible to share information with thousands of online readers within seconds. The Internet gives health and human services providers tremendous potential to reach people in need.

Aging and Disabilities Services posts a large amount of information online. Following is a quick summary of our websites—including some with names you may not recognize. Whether you've visited them before or not, we invite you to explore these sites now. If you like what you see, like, friend, follow, tweet, or pin us—in other words, subscribe!—to stay up-to-date on Aging Network issues and beneficial local programs and services.



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