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  • Participating in Activities You Enjoy - More Than Just Fun and Games

    National Institute on Aging

    Learn about the benefits of maintaining an active lifestyle while engaging with your community in the best way you can. Getting involved in your community can be as simple as volunteering for organizations or planning trips with other seniors.

  • AgePage: Healthy Eating After 50

    National Institute on Aging

    With age, eating can become difficult for some and getting enough nutrients from food can become problematic. Use this resource to learn about what nutrients and vitamins you should be getting from your food and tips on how to achieve these nutritional goals.

  • AgePage: Getting Your Affairs in Order

    National Institute on Aging

    Use this resource to plan for the future by preparing legal documents, planning your finances and writing a will. Planning ahead can alleviate concerns from family members and loved ones in the future.

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Facing a difficult health choice? Decision aids can help.

Hamilton, ON - August 30, 2017

The McMaster Optimal Aging Portal now features patient decision aids to help support older adults and caregivers with important decisions involving health care. Learn more.

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