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.
Summer vacation is right around the corner. Where are you planning to go this year with the entire family? If you have a senior loved one with limited mobility, don’t worry. Here are several destinations that will allow all of you to have a good time.
Sleep is definitely important – physically and mentally. So, for seniors, poor sleep habits can make them even more susceptible to depression and cause balance issues. Here’s how much sleep is recommended for senior loved ones and ways to get a better night’s rest.
Like radio but more modern, podcasts have become a popular way to entertain your ears no matter what your age. Here are seven top podcasts that seniors will enjoy listening to.