This section provides brochures on a variety of helpful topics for older adults, caregivers and professionals. Feel free to view the brochures online or order copies to be mailed to your home or office.
Eldercare Locator Brochure
This brochure provides general information about the Eldercare Locator and community-based services.
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Employment Options: Tips for Older Job Seekers
This brochure has tips for older adults who are looking to enter or re-enter the workforce, with suggestions for identifying job skills, finding job leads, filling out an application and preparing for an interview.
Hospital to Home: Plan for a Smooth Transition
The guide provides planning tips for pre-hospital check-in as well as post-checkout from the hospital.
Housing Options for Older Adults: A Guide for Making Housing Decisions
This booklet provides an overview of the types of housing available to older adults, and highlights some personal and legal issues to consider in making housing decisions.
Medicines and You: A Guide for Older Adults As You Age
It is important to know about your medicines to avoid possible problems. This brochure provides tips on taking medicines safely.
Pick Up The Pace
This consumer guide is designed to educate boomers about financial and retirement planning choices and to help them secure their financial outlook for the future.
Prescription Drug Options for Older Adults: Managing Your Medicines
This brochure describes helpful ways of managing medicines and getting the best value for your medicines. The brochure lists key questions to ask health care professionals and suggests options to help pay for medicines, and ways of overcoming some medicine hurdles.
Preventing Falls at Home
This brochure describes safety checks older adults can do in and around the house to reduce their risk of falling and help enhance their independent living.
Protect Your Pocketbook: Tips to Avoid Financial Exploitation
This brochure provides information and resources on avoiding financial exploitation and offers tips on how to stay safe.
Staying Connected: Technology Options for Older Adults
This brochure features information for older adults who are interested in learning about new technology tools they can utilize to communicate with family and friends-especially younger generations. It includes tips on text messaging, setting up a Facebook page and emailing.
Staying "IN TOUCH" in Crisis Situations
This brochure outlines how families can stay in touch with older loved ones and be prepared when a crisis situation occurs. It includes a tear-off sheet for personal planning.
Transportation Options for Older Americans: Choices for Mobility Independence
The brochure describes various types of transportation services for older adults and lists key questions to ask transportation provider to determine the best option to meet individual needs.
Winter Warmth and Safety: Home Energy Tips for Older Adults
The brochure offers some economical ways to stay warm and safe at home.
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