OSU's Active Aging for Life public health initiative represents our commitment to
working together toward improved outcomes in longevity, independence, fitness and
engagement for active aging across the lifespan for Oklahomans.
Financial Planning for the Aging
The duties required when handling someone else’s finances.
Financial discussions and considerations for legal arrangements with aging parents.
Lighting options to consider for older adults in the household.
The different types and options of assistance for long-term care services.
Living in a cohousing community can add value and improve the quality of life for older adults, consider senior cohousing as an option for aging.
A shift in national demographics has expanded the need for housing designed for seniors, learn about the benefits of senior co-housing on senior health.
Wellness characteristics and recommendations specifically about the whole-person wellness model for adults more than 65 years old.
The effects aging has on the sensory system: vision, hearing, touch, taste and smell.