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.
For many seniors, art therapy is playing an important role in how they communicate and connect with the world. Even if they have never picked up a paintbrush before, this form of expression offers many benefits. Here are some success stories to inspire you.
It’s not easy losing a loved one. And because the grieving process is different for everyone, memorials can help ease the pain while also creating a legacy for the deceased. Here are a variety of ways you can ensure your loved one isn’t forgotten beyond the typical purchasing of a plaque, park bench or memorial brick at their favorite location.
Only 21% of Americans have talked with a loved one about their funeral. Pre-planning is key and can help alleviate stress for the surviving family, save money and allow the chance for a proper and memorable send-off. Here are some factors you and your loved one should consider.