Here are some resources worth looking into:

PBS Where Grown Ups Keep Growing

Jane Fonda TEDxWomen, 2011: Life’s Third Act, how to re-imagine a new phase of life. 

Ashton Applewhite This Chair Rocks: A Manifesto Against Ageism   Networked Books, March 15, 2016

JoAnn Jenkins Disrupt Aging, 2016   CEO of AARP and the changes we need in aging services

Dr. Bill Thomas Harvard Medical School-educated geriatrician, brings alive disruption of aging today as we know it. 

Tiny Habits
Here is a very cool free program using a kaizen approach. A Stanford researcher provides a simple and easy tiny actions program. Check it out!

Kindness Boomerang
What goes around comes around. This charming short film depicts the ripple-effect of kind acts -- the way in which receiving an unexpected moment of generosity from a stranger can cause us to become more aware of the needs of those around us and to take action to become a vector of goodness.

James Prochaska, Changing for Good
Ground breaking book uncovering the secret to successful personal change.

Check out this amazing TED Talk with Ashton Applewhite on Let's End Ageism