Find information about health screenings, health care options and wellness programs to keep you healthy and fit.
These links will take you to 211CT.org, where you can refine your search by town.
Provides community-based health care services for free or on a subsidized basis.
Community-based providers of health screening tests and diagnostic services.
Find health, personal and social care services in the home setting.
Provides palliative care and support services to patients and their families.
Offers physical, occupational and speech therapy on inpatient and outpatient basis.
Provides coordination of care, support services, and information and referral services for older adults and their families.
List of programs that provide pertinent medical information to emergency personnel.
Find local agencies that offer assistive technology.
Agencies and programs that loan out medical equipment and supplies.
Provides fitness classes, nutritional counseling and wellness programs.
List of websites related to senior health and healthy aging provided by the Consumer and Patient Health Information Section of the Medical Library Association.
Find services provided by geriatric care managers through local and state agencies and nationally.
The Western CT Agency on Aging gives free personalized or group demonstrations on assistive devices such as magnifiers, phone amplifiers, etc. to help individuals make informed decisions about assistive technology.
This directory of assistive technology will help you to locate information on types of product for individual needs and disability. These products have been tested by Ability Beyond.
Find your senior center to explore diverse recreational, social, volunteer, cultural and educational programs and activities.
Take fitness classes at your local YMCA.
Contact your local parks and recreation department for activities for children and adults to stay connected to their communities.
Live Well programs administered by a collaboration of state, regional and local agencies and organizations committed to healthy aging.
Visit your town's Senior Center page to learn about local resources.
With summer in full swing and temperatures in the high 80’s nearly daily, it is important that everyone takes proper precautions to stay safe during such hot weather. We have compiled a list of hot weather safety tips especially useful for older adults. Stay safe this summer!
Businesses are starting to open their doors around Connecticut as we begin to enter Phase 2 of re-opening around the state. Meanwhile, we know that our most vulnerable populations are still at risk of contracting COVID-19 and we must continue the conversation around prevention and caution.
Spring is a season of revitalization, so it is the perfect time to reassess our health and make sure that we are practicing good habits for our well-being! Many of us may be wanting to spend more time outdoors, or maybe this season gives us some extra motivation to revamp or start healthier habits.