Older Americans Month Resources
The following websites offer information and tools to help you Engage at Every Age.
And remember to visit the AoA's Eldercare Locator for information on local resources. Topics there range from volunteering and nutrition to legal support and transportation.
A big part of the new way to age is a focus on physical and mental wellness.
Long-term Care Planning
Department of Health and Human Services
Mouth Healthy Initiative
American Dental Association
NIA Health Information
National Institute on Aging
Sleep and Aging
National Institutes of Health
What is Brain Health
National Institutes on Aging
Many people are redefining aging by trying new careers, classes, and hobbies.
Knowing how to protect yourself plays a major role in aging well and maintaining independence.
National Center on Elder Abuse
U.S. Administration on Aging
Financial Protection for Older Americans
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Home Modification and Supportive Housing
Nursing Home Resident's Rights
The National Consumer Voice for Quality Long-Term Care
More than ever, older adults are making a difference—for themselves and in communities—through civic engagement.