Additional Aging-in-place Resources

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Here are some additional resources to help with your aging-in-place planning



National Institute on Aging (www.nia.nih.gov). Part of the National Institutes of Health, this entity is dedicated to research on the nature of aging, supporting the well-being of older adults and extending healthy, active years of life for more people.  Go4Life (http://go4life.nia.nih.gov) is the institute’s exercise and physical activity campaign designed to help people integrate exercise and physical activity into their daily lives. The Institute also provides NIH Senior Health (https://nihseniorhealth.gov/), a website that features a wide array of articles , videos, tips and health topics by category.


Center for Healthy Aging (www.ncoa.org/center-for-healthy-aging) A resource of the National Council on Aging, this center aims to help adults live longer and healthier lives through health promotion and disease prevention programs, in collaboration with national, state, and community partners.


HealthinAging.org (www.healthinaging.org) The American Geriatrics Society’s Health in Aging Foundation created this website to provide consumers and caregivers with information on an array of topics, including health and medications, community living, advanced directives, and how to find geriatrics professionals.

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