Resource Library

We want to make sure you have access to the knowledge you need in order to plan for your aging or be the very best caregiver that you can be. That starts with our Resource Library. Here you’ll find various Iona publications and fact sheets on aging and caregiving-related services in the Washington, DC region.

If you have any additional questions, need referrals, or want to discuss your concerns with a real person, you can also call Iona’s free Helpline. Staffed throughout the week by experts in aging, we’re here to answer your questions and direct you to the services that you need. Contact (202) 895-9448, and ask for our Helpline to get started.

Iona’s Resource Guide

Iona’s free biennial Resource Guide provides a comprehensive directory of aging and caregiving resources in metropolitan Washington, DC. Listings cover popular topics like Food Programs, Home Care and Home Health Services, Housing Options, Legal Services, Senior Service Agencies, Transportation, Support Groups, and more.

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Fact Sheets

A joint project between Iona and the DC Department of Aging and Community Living.

Planning Now for Life Ahead: A Guide for Alzheimer’s and Dementia Caregivers

Published with support from the Aetna Foundation and written in partnership with the Greater Washington Partnership for Palliative and End-of-Life Care and the Alzheimer’s Foundation.

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Around Town DC

Iona’s Around Town DC online directory compiles activities, programs, and even some online tools primarily related to wellness, fitness, and recreation for people ages 60+. Most programs take place in Northwest neighborhoods of DC. Visit our website now to find a fitness group, art class, lecture, and more!

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Transportation Resources for Washington, DC Older Adults 

Compiled by the Iona Senior Services Citizens Advisory Group, this reference guide includes fact sheets, regional and DC transportation information, and other resources for navigating and using a number of public and private transportation options. Contact numbers and websites are provided. Older adults, caregivers and others who may require accommodations or assistance are invited to use this guide to moving around Washington, DC.

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Iona’s Resource Library contains information on organizations that provide a variety of programs and services for people who are older or have disabilities and their caregivers. This information, and its inclusion here, is provided as a public service for informational purposes only, and does not signify any affiliation between these organizations and services and Iona. Iona does not endorse or guarantee the quality of services of any listed agency or advertiser in our Resource Guide and Fact Sheets. This resource is not intended to render professional or medical advice. We encourage you to request further information and references from the service providers before using their services. We welcome your comments about our Resource Library and the services listed. If you’d like to recommend a resource for our library, or provide feedback, please email

Our motto is “Age Well. Live Well.” What does that look like to you, and how can Iona help you get there? Call (202) 895-9448, and ask for our Helpline to learn more.