Games may be very entertaining for seniors, their friends and their children and grandchildren, but they also have major health benefits such as relieving stress and combating memory loss and depression. Find out which games your senior loved one should own.
New technology doesn’t have to be scary for the older generation. Pique your seniors' interest by showing them all of the cool ways to stay in touch with their loved ones — then let curiosity create a desire to change. Here are a few tips on how to make seniors believe they can be a part of today’s electronic gadgets.
Today’s senior centers are way more than just bingo and card games. They are a gateway to serving the nation’s aging population. Research shows that seniors who participate see measurable improvements in their mental, emotional, social and physical well-being. Is it time you or your loved one joins?
More and more seniors are opting to return to work or volunteer their time after they officially retire. While it may take them longer to get a job, studies have shown that seniors who do return to the workplace or volunteer outlive those who fully retire. Here are some job hunting tips from an expert.
Exercise and diet are the foundations of a healthy lifestyle — whether you’re younger or more mature. But if you’re older and have limited mobility or suffer from chronic ailments such as arthritis or osteoporosis, a consistent fitness routine is still possible with our tips from an expert.