Healthy Aging Resources
by Ron Kurtus (revised 30 November 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
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
Eating Well as You Age - HelpGuide.org
Most Common Health Concerns for Seniors - EverydayHealth.com
What To Ask Your Doctor - NIHSeniorHealth.gov
Safety for Seniors at Home - Tips on home safety
Seniors Lifestyles Directory - Listing of senior housing areas
Bathroom Safety for Seniors - HomeAdviceGuide.com
Keeping Your Home if Disabled - HouseHoldQuotes UK
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
Depression - Older Adults - NIH.GOV
Recognizing and Treating Depression: A Guide for the Elderly & Their Caregivers
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 aging issues, before you see a doctor.
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