This document provides health and social service providers with current-evidence based approaches in the application of mental health promotion concepts and principles for older adults and is intended to support practitioners, caregivers and others involved in developing programs and incorporating best practice approaches to mental health promotion initiatives. 108 pages. Last reviewed May 2018.

This report utilized interview data collected to explore how current aging-in-place efforts can be harnessed to strengthen the disaster resilience of older adults. 28 pages. Last reviewed May 2018.

This publication describes the SAGE (Successful Aging Evaluation) study investigating  self-rated successful aging among community dewelling older adults. 16 pages. Last reviewed May 2018.

This study sought to explore the validity of the current understanding of resilience as it applies to older people and its application as guide for interventions. 6 pages. Last reviewed May 2018.

The authors of this article discuss how a latent variable measuring resilient coping is able to predict a significant and large part of the variance in well-being. 11 pages. Last reviewed May 2018.

This article discusses the authors findings as well as that resilience is dynamic and can be fostered to support well-being throughout the lifespan. 10 pages. Last reviewed May 2018.

The aim of this study was to understand the meaning of resilience for hospitalized older people who experience chronic conditions. 9 pages. Last reviewed May, 2018.

This paper examines the associations between chronic disease, age, and physical and mental health-related quality of life (HRQOL), using data collected in 10 studies representing five chronic conditions. 10 pages. Last reviewed May 2018.

This publication describes a study investigating the relationship between social engagement restrictions and chronic conditions, health status, support, quality of life implications, self-care barriers, caregiving and demographics. 13 pages. Last reviewed October 2018.

The authors aimed to determine whether a representative national probability sample of US community-dwelling older adults who reported less social support also reported poorer general health status. 7 pages. Last reviewed May 2018.