- To find out more information about physical activity programs you can do at home, visit the National Center on Health, Physical Fitness and Disability; 14 Weeks to a Healthier You website: http://www.nchpad.org/14weeks/
- The AARP Brain Games website gives us different games to play in order to challenge our brain and keep it in shape. Take a short survey to see the areas where your brain functions best and the areas where you may need to improve. Visit: http://www.aarp.org/health/brain-health/brain_games/
- The Web Sudoku website provides us different Sudoku games to help challenge our brain. Visit: http://www.websudoku.com.
- The Preventative Health Care Screen Guideline website provides a list of suggestions that should be included in our health plan, including: seeing a dentist, getting immunization shots, especially the flu, and seeing a doctor to address any changes. Visit: http://ucp.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/preventive-health-care-screening-guidelines-for-people-aging-with-intellecutal-and-develpmental-disabilities.pdf
- Visit the Volunteers of America website to find supportive volunteer opportunities to participate in: http://www.voa.org/people-with-disabilities
- To find local events where we are able to volunteer our free time, visit: volunteermatch.org or http://serve.phila.gov