From the site about the book, A Life Of Happiness.
“This is the first Buddhist practice guide intended for older people. Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche has dedicated his life to serving the Dharma and is one of the most revered teachers in the Karma Kagyu. Rinpoche draws on his own personal experiences of the problems encountered with ageing, declining health and end of life to give advice on the Dharma practices they should follow, the attitudes they should adopt, and the actions they should take. He includes advice to family members and care-givers and instructions about what they should do when someone dies. The methods of practice that Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche explains here are easy to understand, yet extremely important and pithy. Rinpoche’s lifetime of pure and genuine practice is distilled into concise words of advice; each word and sentence conveys Rinpoche’s warm wishes and deep blessings.”
What I love about this book is that Thrangu Rinpoche is entering his 9th decade soon, and can write this important book from his own precious experience.
This is a free e-book – you can get it here. It might make a good small group study book.