Changes are inevitable as we age, however, disease and disability are not. To avoid this fate, it's important to learn how to maintain good health, especially throughout our later years. Wellness means choosing a balanced way of life that incorporates physical activity and healthy habits into all of one's daily activities, to achieve an active, healthy and satisfying lifestyle. In this section, you will find many suggestions for eating right, staying in shape, strengthening your emotional health, and staying mentally sharp for years to come.
To learn more about wellness, just review the topics list below, and click on any categories which interest you. If you would prefer assistance gathering information, contact the staff of the Montana Senior and Long Term Care Division or your Area Agency on Aging.
Health & Fitness
Mental Health & Emotional Support
Big Sky Waiver Review Workgroup
Community Services - Independent Living
Home and Living Options
Protective and Legal Services
Service Partners and Providers
Governor's Conference on Aging
Oversight of State Medicaid Claiming and Program Integrity Expectations