Resources on Aging

This page is designed to bring resources and information important to older adults and their families together in one place. We hope to build on this site and provide helpful tools to our senior members and their families.

Aging and Society

Physical Changes of Aging

Mental Health, Grief and Loss Later in Life

The Family and Social Support Systems

Caregiving in Families

Housing

Home & Community-Based Services

Chronic Conditions Among Older Adults

Cognitive Changes of Aging

Nutrition-Fitness-Healthy Life in Aging

Advance Care Planning & Directives and Hospice & Palliative Care

Estate Planning

Financial Choices and Challenges

Medicare & Medicaid


Senior Spirit Newsletter

(Compliments of the Society of Certified Senior Advisors)


Guide for Seniors: Protect Yourself Against Investment Fraud

Seniors are often the target of fraud. However, with some basic understanding of how scam artists work, you can avoid fraud and protect your hard-earned money. Order your guide today.


Information for Life Kit

The Information for Life kit is a tool that allows members to put together a comprehensive compilation of their personal, legal, medical and financial information all in one place. This kit is a specially designed product from Society of Certified Senior Advisors.

 

To order a hard-copy of the Information for Life Kit Click Here


The government has a one-stop resource aimed at older Americans, their families, friends and caregivers to answer questions about getting older.

aging.gov

Under the Department of Health and Human Services, aging.gov links you to a broad array of federal information, including how to find local services and resources in your community for everything from healthy aging to elder justice to long-term care. The government site is also organized by topic or issue; just not as many categories as our Aging Resources page.

Facts on Aging

Per AARP, Americans age 50+ make up 27% of all moviegoers.
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