If your loved one is feeling blue, here are seven activities you can do during the holidays with your senior loved one that can boost their spirits!
Helping seniors remain social is one of the kindest ways we can assist them. Here are some ideas on how to keep your loved one social and engaged.
A lot of Americans aged 65-and-over don’t exercise their brains like they should. Instead they spend countless hours watching TV while bogged down in stagnant routines. Studies focused on seniors have determined that when they don’t stimulate their minds with healthy activities, it can lead to loneliness and depression. And, when it’s happening to your loved one who’s still aging in place at home, it’s concerning.
Lately you’ve noticed something isn’t quite right with mom, notably that she seems lonely and depress