Resources for older adults
Are you looking for resources and activities for older adults? Check out these great ideas from Library Outreach Services:
- Stay active with The National Council on Aging’s free online workouts for older adults
- Visit a museum online with Google Arts and Culture
- Step back in time with This Day in History
- Challenge your brain by learning new facts from FactSlides
- Check out and listen to audiobooks using your phone or tablet using the library’s Libby app.
Resources for caregivers of older adults
Are you a caregiver for an older adult? Find support and resources from these organizations:
- Timeslips.org has free stories, images and audio to spark meaningful engagement with family members who have dementia.
- Aging and Disability Resource Connection is providing multilingual local support for caregivers and older adults. You can call or email ADRC at 503.988.3646 or firstname.lastname@example.org for 24-hour information and assistance to seniors, people with disabilities, and caregivers.
- The Alzheimer's Association 24/7 help line (800.272.3900) is providing specialists and master’s-level clinicians to give confidential support and information to people living with Alzheimer’s, caregivers, families and the public.