Here are a few of the ways art can be a favorable hobby for seniors.
Senior Living and Independence
Summer is on its way, providing a wide array of outdoor activities for seniors and others to fully enjoy the weather.
As the weather begins to warm up, the change in environment can prove trying for seniors living with allergies.
The health benefits to staying active as we age are renowned, and are the backbone to active senior living.
Nothing can put a dent on the day quite like not getting enough sleep.
From the fresh smell of a recently mowed fairway to the gentle breeze that aids your back swing, there’s nothing that beats a sunny afternoon spent on the golf course.
Whether you’re looking for somewhere new to call home or you’re just trying to find your next vacation destination, there are plenty of cities around the U.S. that cater to a more active senior living environment.
No excuses! These simple activities can help you stay physically active in the comfort of your own home.
Whether it’s driving over to a family member’s house to celebrate the holidays or attempting to squeeze in one last vacation before the year ends, it’s important to take into account how severe winter weather can alter your transit.
Nothing combines leisure and active senior living quite like embarking on a journey through the great outdoors.