Talk to an elder law attorney about estate planning documents, including wills, medical directives, power of attorney, and revocable living trust.
See a dentist or periodontist regularly for checkups and for any pain, denture fittings, dry mouth, and sleep apnea.
Take a baseline hearing exam.
Visit an opthamologist for glaucoma, cataract, and dry-eye screens.
Have a physical therapist work out an exercise plan to strengthen muscles and help prevent falls.
Try a new activity that blends movement and mindfulness, such as t’ai chi, yoga, or walking.
Find a group to partake in activities together for motivation and camaraderie.
Call a family therapist to serve as a third party if needed.
Learn what resources are available, including senior living communities and in-home nursing assistance.