Seniors who are engaged in social events and activities in their communities are more likely to exercise and see a reduced risk of depression and enhanced self-esteem. But, what if you’re not a social butterfly? Fear not. Here are some tips that will get you started.
Virtual reality can be a positive outlet for seniors to socialize and engage in activities that maybe they stopped doing because of the aging process. From traveling around the world to exercising without even realizing it, these VR applications can be used by seniors and their loved ones to bring joy, provide a workout, allow an unplanned visit to another country or simply bond.
When it comes to sustainability, seniors have the power to impact their community and future generations by making a few eco-friendly lifestyle changes. Here are some tips on how seniors -- and their loved ones -- can go green while living in an Independent Living, Assisted Living or Memory Care community.
Many seniors get so caught up in their daily routines that they forget to share their stories with their adult children and grandchildren. But every senior has a unique story to tell. From writing down memories to creating a video, here are some ways for seniors to record their thoughts for the next generation.