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Senior Citizen Resources
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As an increasing percentage of the U. S. population reaches old age, the need for information about them grows. Those who are going through the process seek information that will help them cope with the challenges of aging. Those who want to learn more, seek statistics and facts.
The reference librarians of the Upper Arlington Public Library Reference Department have provided useful, current and reliable information to help older adults navigate the third act of their lives with dignity, confidence and humor; and for those who are studying the topic, there is a wealth of facts and figures.
This is not a comprehensive list, but rather a pathfinder to help you find all that you need.
In addition to providing these resources, the library also offers the free Outreach Services program, which delivers library materials to our local patrons that are homebound due to illness, injury or advanced age. Click the link or call 614-486-9621 ext . 128 for more information.
The following are part of the Upper Arlington Public Library's premium resources. Unless you are in one of our library locations, you will need your library card and PIN in order to access them. Please note: Links to our databases will open in a new window or tab in your browser.
Information for Senior Citizens
Information about Senior Citizens
Some current issues of the following magazines are available for checking out, and older issues may be accessible at the Main Library's Reference Department. Follow the links to the catalog to request certain issues, or see a librarian for more information.
Find current issues of these titles in the Reference Department.
The Consumer Collection and Ohio Room, both located in the Reference Department of UAPL's Main Library, have many sources specific to Senior Citizens, including information on:
- Elder Law
- Estate Planning in Ohio
- Hearing Aids
- Long-Term Care
- Organizing Legal and Medical Information
See a Librarian for more information or help locating these collections.
National Organizations and Federal Agencies
- Administration for Community Living – Older Adults
- National Council on Aging
- NIH Senior Health
- Nursing Home Compare
Central Ohio Resources
- Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging
- Franklin County Office on Aging
- LifeCare Alliance – Meals on Wheels, etc.
- Upper Arlington 2012-2014 Resource Directory for Older Adults and Their Families
- Upper Arlington Commission on Aging – Kind Call, Project Lifesaver, etc.
- Upper Arlington Senior Center
Continue your research by seeing a list of titles in UAPL's collection on the following subjects relevant to seniors:
- Alex Zhavoronkov
- Steve Weisman
- Mary A. Languirand
- Janet Yagoda Shagam
- Martha Stewart
- Gary Null
- Michael Gurian
- Hilary Tindle