When it is not possible to participate in the activities we’ve always loved or even to spend time with our friends and family, the best thing we can do for ourselves is to stay busy. Staying busy helps keep minds and bodies active during the day and restful at night. Even though it may feel like we are “faking it until we make it,” it is essential to remember that we can find great joy in the littlest things in daily life.
While we all want to stay active and healthy, there are many factors that can impact our mobility. But that doesn’t mean we need to live a sedentary lifestyle. There are many wonderful activities that would be appropriate for older adults with limited mobility to participate in.
Volunteering by phone is a great way for seniors to stay connected and give back to their community while maintaining a safe social distance.
Advance health directives provide caregivers information about what you wish for your treatment in an emergency situation. They are an important measure to consider as you age.
Downsizing is an emotional journey and necessary when getting older. Follow these steps to downsizing for seniors.
You’ve decided on home care to help your senior age in place, now it’s time to transition. These tips will help them have a great first day with their professional caregiver.