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Specifications SIZE: 4-1/8 in. x 5 3/8 in.
40 pages
4.8 grade reading level
12 pt font
Available in Spanish
Includes plastic pocket
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Aging is a natural part of life, and while we can't stop it, we can make strides to live a healthy life. The America's Senior Health Guide shares how seniors can improve and maintain a healthy lifestyle through self-management, as well as crucial partnerships with health care providers and loved ones.

Educational Topics

  • Healthy eating
  • Weight management
  • Physical activity
  • Safety & falls prevention
  • Smoking cessation
  • Chronic disease management
  • Medication safety

Record-Keeping

  • Emergency contacts
  • Insurance information
  • Health history
  • Health screenings & tests
  • Immunizations
  • Medication record & allergies
Reno County Health Department

"We have distributed the Senior Health Guides and Senior Health Records during health fairs and health education events/presentations targeted to seniors. People love them. They can show them to their health care provider for information they may have received at an off-site health screening. It is also helpful for family members of elderly people to help keep track of medications, illnesses and biometric screening results. The record is popular with men, the guide is popular with women."

Jessica Hoskinson Health Educator Reno County Health Department
Massachusetts SHINE Program

"The Senior Health Record project was developed under a grant from AOA to the MA Executive Office of Elder Affairs, SHINE Health Insurance Counseling and Assistance Program. The Senior Health Record was selected as the most viable cost-effective product for delivering vital health care messages, as well as providing a useful tool to help elders manage their health care."

Dick Miranda Project Manager Massachusetts SHINE Program