Most of Washington County’s 45,000 adults over the age of 65 are active and independent and wish to stay that way! OSU Extension Service offers information and educational programs to help older adults, their family members and caregivers face the challenges of aging in a positive and productive way. Attend one of the many public programs or view or request written materials on topics relating to healthy aging.
The Center for Healthy Aging has developed an infographic highlighting the success of Chronic Disease Self Management Education efforts over the years. Get the infographic.
The Washington County Family Caregiver Support Program Free Family Caregiver Training
Living Well with Chronic Conditions (the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program) is a 6-week workshop. It teaches real-life skills for living a full, healthy life with a chronic condition. Find an upcoming Living Well workshop in your area (pdf)
Iowa State University Extension Service- National Aging in Place Council
National Resource Center for Supportive Housing and Home Modification
Department of Health and Human Service, Agency on Aging
Stay on Your Feet and in Your Home
Using Medicine Safely in Later Life (PNW 392-E)
Driving Decisions in Later Life (PNW 510)
Ties that Bind: Grandparenting Today (EC 1459)
Connecting the Generations: Grandparenting from a Distance (EC 1523)
Making Decisions about a Nursing Home (PNW 563)
Hiring and Working Successfully with In-home Care Providers (PNW 547)