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Useful Resources for Aging Well

Brain Games by AARP has a variety of free games you can play that exercise different parts and functions of the brain.

ChangingAging™ is a blog written by geriatrician Bill Thomas, M.D., that “challenges conventional views on aging.”

Eating Well is the website of Eating Well magazine. It’s free and has a wealth of recipes and interesting food- and health-related articles.

Encore is a Wall Street Journal Market Watch financial blog for those living in or planning for retirement.

Medicare.gov is the “official U.S. Government site for Medicare.

This resource allows you to locate Medicare physicians in your area and compare their quality.

The National Clearinghouse for Long-Term Care Information is a comprehensive website created by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Click here to see the website’s resources on end-of-life and other important legal documents.

Rick Steves’ Europe is a well-known travel writer and TV and radio show host.

Road Scholar is the website of the rebranded Elderhostel organization. A great resource for trips, tours – or just travel ideas – in the United States and abroad.

Senior Corps is one place to find volunteer opportunities. Did you know there are physical and mental, not just emotional, benefits to helping others?

The U.S. Government’s website for older adults provides links to government resources on money, housing, health, consumer protection, taxes, volunteer opportunities, and more.

Helping Your Parent or Spouse

Useful Resources for Helping Your Parent or Spouse

Alzheimer’s.gov is the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services’ website providing planning, treatment and caregiver information. 

Alzheimer’s Disease Education and Referral Center is an information clearinghouse on the NIH National Institute on Aging’s website.

ARCH National Respite Network and Resource Center includes a searchable database of respite providers and other helpful respite-related resources.

Caregiver Action Network provides free education, peer support, and resources to family caregivers.

Eldercare Locator is a service of the U.S. Administration on Aging.

Health in Aging was created by the American Geriatrics Society. This list of aging-related topics and resources is organized alphabetically.

The National Clearinghouse for Long-Term Care Information is a comprehensive website created by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Click here to see the website’s resources on end-of-life and other important legal documents.

Medicare.gov is the “official U.S. Government site for Medicare."

A Preventing Falls at Home Checklist can be downloaded from this CDC webpage.

This resource allows you to find physicians in your area who accept Medicare patients and compare their quality.

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