Take advantage of these free online resources
When you’re doing your part to stop the spread of COVID-19 by following “stay at home” orders, it’s important to find ways to enjoy daily life as much as possible — so we’ve put together this list of links you can explore from your computer or phone while you’re staying in.
The list is geared toward older adults, but offers something for everyone.
See a show from the comfort of your easy chair
Learn something new
In addition to free movies, e-books, language lessons and audiobooks, Open Culture links to more than 1,500 free online classes and lectures from top universities.
Mather Lifeways offers a range of wellness and education programs, music reviews, live performances and more that you can listen to on the phone. Read more about it, and call (888) 600-2560 to get started.
Well Connected is a phone and online program with activities, friendly conversation and an assortment of classes and support groups for older adults.
Take a virtual museum stroll
Google Arts & Culture lets you look around inside some of the world’s great museums, including the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam and the British Museum in London.
The Vatican Museum virtual tour gives you a 360-degree view of soaring spaces and priceless artworks.
Apple created a five-hour virtual walk through the massive State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia, taking you through dozens of galleries, hundreds of works and even live performances.
Dabble in the arts
Move your body and clear your mind
Think about what matters
Check out the Schaalman Senior Voices Film Library to watch inspiring films that aim to strengthen the well-being of older adults and their communities.
Visit the Rush Generations Facebook page to hear from a variety of professionals speaking on topics that include safety concerns, chronic fatigue, managing back and neck pain and more.
Remember to find the joy