Healthy Aging Resources
by Ron Kurtus (revised 7 March 2016)
The following material consists of aging related resources. If you have any suggested additions or corrections to this list, let me know about them.
- General health issues
- Common concerns
- Home care
- Mental health for seniors
- Abuse and fraud
Health for Seniors - USA.gov
Senior Resource Guide to Healthy Living - eHealth Medicare
Holistic Seniors - Holistic approach for seniors
Comprehensive Center on Brain Aging - New York University
Planning Your Doctor Visit - NIH Senior Health
Guide to a Happy Retirement - Bloomsberg Univeristy, PA - PDF slide show
Healthy Aging: Physical Vitality - From WebMD
The Boomer’s Roadmap for Aging in Place: How to Prepare Today for your Senior Years
Exercise and Physical Activity - Everyday Guide from the National Institute on Aging
Talking To Your Kids About Your Terminal Illness: A guide for parents - ACLS Training Center
Caregiver Guide to Senior Health Issues - Care.com
Eating Well as You Age - HelpGuide.org
Most Common Health Concerns for Seniors - EverydayHealth.com
What To Ask Your Doctor - NIHSeniorHealth.gov
Technology Innovations That Could Help the Elderly - Wall Street Journal
Housing Tips and Advice from The National Aging in Place Council
Fall Prevention Tips for Seniors - A Home Design Guide
Why You Should Care About Mental Health - MentalHealth.gov
Get the Facts on Alzheimer's - HomeTeamCare.com
Depression - Older Adults - NIH.GOV
The Virtues of Aging by Jimmy Carter (1998)
A Full Life: Reflections at Ninety by Jimmy Carter (2015)
You can use these resources to find out information on health issues, before you see a doctor.
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