Long live you.
Maintain your health and independence by making informed choices. No matter where you are in life’s journey, you can maximize your total health — mind, body, and spirit.
I Have Specific Concerns About Aging
Take part in your health! Healthy aging is easier to achieve by educating yourself. The resources below address some common concerns:
What About Women’s Health?
Knowledge will both empower and prepare you. The resources below provide learning opportunities for a variety of health topics.
Women’s health information:
Women’s health classes on bladder control and menopause are available. Check the class catalog.
As you age, you can move forward positively by educating yourself!
What If I Want To Keep Living Independently As Long As Possible?
Even though your body changes as you age, those changes don’t have to limit your independence. Take advantage of these services and resources.
Making informed choices and creating balance in your life can help you improve or maintain your health and independence.
What Should I Do About Medical Care?
Gather info and learn about your options to get the care you need so you can feel your best — in mind, body, and spirit — and maintain your vitality and independence.
Kaiser Permanente members can log on for a Personal Action Plan, community resources, health guides and more convenient online tools for members.
I'm A Caregiver, And Need Some Useful Resources
There are many resources and classes available for caregivers. Both family members and professionals can take advantage of them!
Oregon Care Partners offers free in-person and online classes. Topics include Alzheimer’s and related dementias, geriatric medication management, and challenging behaviors.
You can also get more tips and resources at:
Could A Health Coach Help Me?
Sometimes, we all need a little help as we’re working towards a goal. As you set goals to age healthfully, a health coach can help you work towards them and keep you on track.
We encourage you to learn more about Kaiser Permanente’s health coaching sessions.