Join us for Still Rockin’: A Night of Music to Support Programming and Resources for Older Adults

Join us for Still Rockin’: A Night of Music to Support Programming and Resources for Older Adults


In today’s world, there is an unlimited amount of information on the Internet just waiting for you to take it all in. If you haven’t had much experience with surfing the web, the Internet can seem like a confusing and overwhelming place. Fortunately, having a better idea of what websites or blogs you want to visit before you sit down to surf can make it a beneficial, eye opening and even therapeutic pastime.

NIH Senior Health

The NIH Senior Health website was developed by the National Institute of Aging and the National Library of Medicine, which are both part of the National Institutes of Health. The website offers an abundant amount of health information for older adults. NIH Senior Health is organized by topics, such as bones and joints, healthy aging and mental health. The information is easy to understand, and the articles are short and to the point. The website also offers a number of health videos and personal stories for you to explore.

Microsoft Guide for Aging Computer Users

If you’re someone who’s not yet comfortable with the computer, this website is for you. The Microsoft Guide offers a number of ways in which older adults can maximize their computer experience. The website deals with screen resolution, text size, color, speech recognition and shortcuts. Once you’re done exploring, you will be able to personalize your computer screen to fit your needs.

LoveToKnow Seniors

This is a wonderful website for those of you who have some extra time on your hands. LoveToKnow Seniors has a little bit of everything, including monetary advice, affordable vacation destinations, new hairstyles, exercise tips and more. You can even read or submit poems about the magnificent stage of life you are experiencing. LoveToKnow Seniors is a place where you will be reading things written by other older adults. It is the perfect website to help celebrate your age.

Boomer Grandparent

If you’re a grandparent, you may have noticed that your grandchildren spend a considerable amount of their time behind a lit up screen. Whether that screen is a cell phone, a tablet or an electronic music player, it is important for you to feel like you can connect with them. Boomer Grandparent helps you understand technology in a way that will allow you to communicate with younger generations. The website features a number of useful articles, as well as a number of fun games that will keep your mind sharp.

Vintage Television and Radio Shows

When I think back to my childhood, I often remember a number of the TV shows I used to watch and wish that I could relive those days. Well, it turns out that you can. is a website that allows you to watch old, classic TV shows, cartoons and movies. You can search the website for your favorite TV show or something you remember watching as a kid. If you want to listen to old, classic radio stations go to and simply search what you want to hear. You’ll be reliving the good old days in no time!


Melanie Marzillo
Research & Community Education
Chicago Skilled Nursing
Chicago Senior Living

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