From the latest news and research to guides and infographics, we seek to share relevant, timely resources. You can also follow NCECE on Twitter, where we share helpful stories and safety tips.

Health Center Resource Clearinghouse

To access helpful resources, find contact information, learn more about National Cooperative Agreement organizations to Primary Care Associations, and stay up-to-date on news and events, visit the Health Center Resource Clearinghouse webiste

Healthy Aging and Safety Guides

Dietary Guidelines: Fruits and Vegetables (Via U.S. Department of Health and Human Services)

Dietary Guidelines: Know Your Fats (Via U.S. Department of Health and Human Services)

Evidence-Based Falls Prevention Programs for Older Adults (Via National Council on Aging)
See also: Preventing Falls: Tips for Older Adults & Caregivers 

Health Literacy and Older Adults: Focus on Strengths (Via U.S. Department of Health and Human Services)
See also: The Guide to Health Literacy and Older Adults

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism

Physical Fitness Tips for Older Adults (Via Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion)

Recognize Red Flags for Substance Abuse in Older Adults (Via Senior Living)

Safe Driving Tips for Older Adults (Via Mayo Clinic)

Safe Driving Tips for Older Adults (Via New York State Government)

Health News and Research

Aging Homeless Population Poses New Challenges for Shelters (Via U.S. News & World Report)

Health Philanthropy And The Social Determinants Of Health (Via Health Affairs)

Housing Insecurity, Social Isolation in LGBT Older Adults (Via CityLab)

Medicare Dental Benefit Will Improve Health And Reduce Health Care Costs (Via Health Affairs)

Older Adults Pursue Lifelong Dreams (Via Public Radio International)

Regaining Confidence as an Older Adult (Via Harvard Health Publishing)

Simple Way to Reduce Alzheimer's Risk (Via NewsMaxHealth)

Tailoring Health Care For Older Patients (Via Kiplinger)

Research Publications and Reports

Elder Abuse Increasing Without Increased Awareness (Via The Conversation)

More Seniors Are Dying In Falls. Doctors Could Do More To Reduce The Risk. (Via Kaiser Health News)

Overview of Oral Health in Older Adults (Via The Gerontological Society of America)

Risk for Dementia May Increase With Long-Term Use of Certain Medicines (Via New York Times)


How to Adapt Person-Centered Health Services to Aging Populations (Via World Health Organization / YouTube)

The Difference Between Care & Caring (Via Royal Alexandra Hospital / YouTube)