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Why Water Aerobics May Be a Safe Low-Impact Alternative to Keep Seniors Healthy

2020-08-09T22:48:54-04:00

Working out regularly benefits elderly participants in many ways, and most seniors who exercise enjoy healthier, more independent lives as a result. But many seniors can’t engage in rigorous, high-impact forms of exercise because of the stress it places on weakened bones, arthritic joints and tired muscles. That’s why scores of elderly Americans are now using water aerobics as a low-impact alternative to traditional workouts

Why Water Aerobics May Be a Safe Low-Impact Alternative to Keep Seniors Healthy2020-08-09T22:48:54-04:00

Caring for a Senior with a Loss of Appetite

2019-09-15T12:47:23-04:00

One of the biggest challenges when caring for an aging in place elderly loved one is getting them to eat enough. Millions of older Americans experience a loss of appetite that places their health and wellbeing at risk because their body isn’t getting the daily nutrients it needs.

Caring for a Senior with a Loss of Appetite2019-09-15T12:47:23-04:00

Creative Ways to Get a Senior Outside Once Spring Arrives

2019-07-13T18:15:03-04:00

Many aging in place elderly Americans don’t get the exercise or social interaction they need during colder winter months. If you’re serving as a caregiver for an older loved one, getting them outdoors once spring arrives is vitally important for their continued mental health and wellbeing. Fortunately, there are several creative ways to get a senior outside in the spring, starting with these.

Creative Ways to Get a Senior Outside Once Spring Arrives2019-07-13T18:15:03-04:00