At Keiro, quality of life includes five elements: health/wellness, purpose, connectedness, security, and autonomy. We have put together valuable resources based on these elements to help you navigate your journey to improve your quality of life.

Click on the links below to download and/or print out these worksheets and handouts.

Weekly Meal Tracker

Use this meal tracker to record meals and help you meet your healthy eating goals!

Health & Wellness Quality of Life Habit Tracker

Check off the circles on this tracker each day you complete your habit. Start on any day and keep track for at least 21 days.

THE Steps to Finding the Right Care Facility Resource Page

This resource page includes questions to ask yourself about your own needs when searching for a care facility. It also includes two checklists for when you visit or inquire about a facility, one for assisted living and one for skilled nursing facilities.

Three Levels of Home Modification – Action Planner

Use this action planner to identify areas in the home to make modifications for independence and autonomy.

First Aid Checklist

A well maintained first aid kit can prove useful in most first aid emergencies but can also enhance one’s quality of life by providing a peace of mind knowing you have the supplies on stand-by.

Coping with Social Isolation

The physical and mental effects of social isolation can have lasting effects like increased risk for heart disease, stroke, and even cognitive impairment. Use this information for yourself or someone you know experiencing social isolation and loneliness.

10 Tips to Prevent Future Scams

Each day, older adults are targeted by scammers and their deceiving tactics which may potentially result in billions of dollars lost. Scams continue to evolve over time, keeping up with current events. Here are a few tips to prevent future scams.

How to Prepare for an ER Visit

A visit to the emergency room (ER) can be a stressful experience. However, if we prepare ourselves, our documents, and loved ones accordingly, we can add some stability and reassurance to make the ER visit a more manageable experience. Use this checklist to help you and your loved ones prepare accordingly.