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.
Ever wonder how our senior living communities create their daily menus for residents? We have the inside scoop from one of our chefs – with everything from the process of menu planning to incorporating fresh, seasonal ingredients all while listening to seniors’ input.
The companionship of a cat can boost a senior’s happiness level while offering a sense of purpose. But what kind of cat is best if you live in an Independent Living, Assisted Living or Memory Care community? There are dozens of felines awaiting your adoption.
Get the most out of searching the internet and joining a social media channel while also protecting yourself from phishing. That will make surfing the World Wide Web even more enjoyable for seniors, their neighbors and loved ones.
Staying in a hotel can be a bit uncomfortable for seniors who are used to their comfortable surroundings at home. But it doesn’t have to be! Hotel management can accommodate many needs of senior loved ones. Learn how to transform your hotel stay into a refreshing retreat.