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- An Easy Way to Save $12,000/Year in Memory Care
- Fitness Through the Years Infographic
- Go4Life Exercise & Type 2 Diabetes handout
- CDC Healthy Aging for Older Adults
- World Health Organization
- Vital Aging Network
- www.MNSeniorsOnline.com – A free resource service for Minnesota Seniors and their family members. We have the most complete resources for your Senior Living Choices – Assisted Living, Independent Living, Memory Care, Home Health Care, and more. We have also put together our own approved list of reputable companies you can count on for all your living needs, products & services. Many of these companies may also offer an additional discount. You will find everything from Dentists, Eye Care/Eye Wear, Hearing, Legal needs, Home Improvement and more! We also have put together resources for commonly asked questions with regard to federal, state and government information, Community Events and programs, non-profit organizations and more.
Housing Resources and Research
- The Vital Aging Network’s “Resources for Vital Living”
- “A Place for Mom” Free Elderly Housing Referral Network
- Housing Rating System and Housing Tips from the Department of Health and Human Services
Healthcare Resources and Research
- Rheumatoid Arthritis.Support Network
- MyOptumHealth’s “Senior Healthcare Hub”
- Medicare Helpline – 1-800-MEDICARE (available 24 / 7)
- National Council on Aging’s “Benefits Checkup” (helps you find health coverage benefits)
- Dementia tops cancer & heart disease costs
Fitness Resources and Research
- For One Senior, Working Past Retirement Age Is A Workout
- Senior Living Fitness Program Enriches Life, Enhances Health
- National Institute on Aging Information Center
- About.com’s “Top Articles for Exercise, Longevity and Anti-Aging”
- How Exercise Could Lead to a Better Brain
- Study Examines Fall Prevention Techniques
- Financial Benefits of Investing in a Wellness Program
- Exercise May Help Prevent Dementia
- ROI in a Wellness Program
- Biological Mechanisms of Physical Activity in Preventing Cognitive Decline
- Exercise Plays a Preventive Role Against Alzheimer’s Disease
- New Paperback Just Move. Have Fun. That’s All by Pam J. Connolly – this link takes you to an outside website where you can purchase a book written by Pam Connolly, a Live 2 B Health® CPT from Iowa. “An entertaining and motivating memoir written by one of our Live 2 B Healthy® trainers. As a life-long fitness buff myself, I enjoyed the read and even found a few ideas that I will be applying to my own fitness routine. Thanks, Pam!” Kelly Nygard, Live 2 B Healthy® Director of Marketing
Resources and Research for Staying Independent
- Home modification checklist and resources from the DHHS Administration on Aging
- NIH Health Information
- National Council for Aging Care
- Department of Health and Human Services Administration on Aging Programs
- University of Southern California – Infographic illustrating the increase in life expectancy across the world and the economic impact.
Other Resources and Research
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