Learn more about who is at higher risk and what you can do if you are at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19.
If you’re caring for an older loved one, here’s what you need to know to keep them safe and what to do if they do become infected with COVID.
Learn how to help compensate for lack of socialization and cognitive stimulation.
Developing and maintaining a care plan will help you balance both your life and that of the person to whom you are providing care.
Get tips from experts on disinfecting surfaces, distancing, deliveries and more.
With visits to senior communities halted, out of sight doesn’t have to be out of mind.
Hear from Jay Butler, Deputy Director for Infectious Diseases at CDC, describe preventative measures to help protect older adults from COVID-19.
You can still take care of your health during this time. Most doctor’s are offering telehealth services by phone or video chat. You can find telehealth services near you. This video will show you what a telehealth visit looks like.
Sign up for food delivery, learn tips on how to avoid falls in your home, and other resources are available through the Department for the Aging.