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.
Yoga is a great way for seniors to stay fit, including those with limited mobility and respiration issues. Here’s why Yoga might just be “what the doctor ordered” for that special aging loved one in your life.
For seniors, if a lack of energy isn’t addressed it can threaten their freedom and independence. Thankfully, there are several ways to boost your senior loved one’s energy levels so they can stay more active and enjoy a higher quality of life.
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.
Many seniors haven’t been able to get out and exercise like they should during the past few months. If you’re currently looking after an elderly loved one who’s spending more time at home right now here are several low-impact exercises that will help them stay fit.