The truth is all seniors should be finding activities they enjoy because it is one of the easiest ways to keep them healthy and happy. But they may not always know how to find activities and rely on you to help them get places.
When senior citizens get older, they often lose touch with their family members and friends for many reasons such as incontinence, immobility, tiredness, and many other reasons, too.
July is National Anti-Boredom Month and it’s the perfect time for seniors to try some new fun things to do. Boredom is a very big problem for seniors.
It can be unnerving to find out that your senior wants to age in place, and you may think it’s a bad idea.
Everybody is lonely from time to time, but if that’s the normal situation for your senior, she may be experiencing some side effects from her loneliness.
It’s so difficult to make new friends after a certain age, but it’s important for your senior to try.
Physical activity helps to prevent a host of health problems. It also helps to boost mood, help with emotional management, prevent mental health issues, and much more.
One of the best ways to start a connection is by putting on a movie. Teens and adults both enjoy movies, and some of the classics are a perfect way to bond your parents with their grandchildren.
Having a strong, supportive social network improves your senior’s life in a variety of ways.
Now that summer is just around the corner, there are more things for people to do outdoors. One problem with this is that many elderly people who are outdoors a lot get dehydrated or have immunity issues.