If your senior is comfortable with technology and isn’t yet participating in the world of social media, here are a few reasons why they should join in.
Research has shown that seniors who socialize for just a few hours per day are happier, healthier, less depressed, and feel less stressed than those who don’t. However, many seniors still find it challenging to meet other seniors because they don’t know where to go and what to do about it.
Regardless of their capabilities, seniors enjoy special times, and they greatly appreciate being kept in mind during the holiday season. Here are five things you can do to have the holidays feel special for your senior.
The decision to get a pet for your senior loved one can sometimes be a challenge. They may want and need the companionship, yet not be able to meet the physical demands of the type of pet they'd like to have. There are both pros and cons to getting the senior in your life a pet. Let's take a look at some of each to help you decide.
COVID-19 has brought cabin fever into the mainstream. Even inhabitants of temperate regions must now contend with home confinement and social isolation. But unlike their northern compatriots, they’re less likely to have existing coping mechanisms. Therein lies the problem. Here are ways everybody can handle anxiety and feelings of negativity during the COVID-19 pandemic.