The Sarasota and Manatee Senior Wellness Expo, featuring John Rinell's tribute to Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin, is just around the corner. Find out more!
How can seniors keep their energy levels up and maintain their zest for life? Engaging in healthy activities as they age brings enjoyment to a senior’s life and positively impacts their mental and emotional well-being. Here are five activities that you or your senior loved one can try to help you live a fulfilling and active life in your golden years.
Fitness professionals have recommended yoga for seniors for some time, believing it to be one of the best forms of exercise for older adults. Over time, and done with the proper form, yoga can improve a senior’s health, physically and mentally.
Although signs of dementia may vary by patient, the early stages may include memory loss, depression, hallucinations are some early signs of dementia.
How can you include your senior loved one in the festivities? Here are five fun holiday activities for seniors that can be perfect!
If you're trying to keep your senior loved one mentally active, here are some fun, brain-health-boosting activities that seniors will no doubt enjoy.
Since COVID-19 is more dangerous for the elderly, you’ll need to find safe, creative ways for your aging loved ones to join in the Holiday festivities. Here are a few “distance celebrating” ideas that you may want to consider that can help to safely include seniors.
When a life-changing event like the COVID-19 pandemic comes along, the resulting social distancing orders and travel bans can put a real damper on your senior’s social calendar. Fortunately, there are several steps you can take to ensure that your loved one gets the social interaction they so desperately need.
Movement, mobility and posture are all important when it comes to an aging in place senior’s quality of life. Far too many elderly Americans live sedentary lifestyles because of poor mobility and other movement and posture-related challenges. If you’re currently caring for an aging in place elderly loved one, here are some ways to keep them more active which will ultimately benefit their movement, mobility and posture.
For most of our life we are too busy doing more ‘important’ things to set aside a few moments to learn something new. Then, one day, we suddenly wake up and have time to fill, but nothing to fill it with. At this point in life, many seniors want to learn new hobbies but feel too old to do so. This is nonsense, however. Seniors are never too old to learn new hobbies; the benefits of doing so are even backed by science!