Senior Living Blog - July, 2019

Garden clubs are a prime example of valuable activities that remain available to us as we age. They provide low-strain exercise and a sense of accomplishment no matter how old we are as we see our efforts literally come to fruition. read more

Whenever adults spend time with their full multigenerational families, activities that are fun for children and grandparents alike can make valuable memories. For grandparents, this family bonding provides vital companionship, happiness, and engagement. read more

Hobbies For Fun As We Age

Published July 22, 2019 by Donna Mae Scheib

We all know that a good diet and exercise regimen on top of safe and healthy living conditions can bring longevity, but it's important not to understate the role that good ideas of hobbies to do as we age can play. Physical and mental health, as well as a social activity, have a harmonious relationship -especially for seniors, who have greater health risks on average than younger populations. read more

Many of you are aware that June 21st is Summer Solstice, the first day of summer, and the longest day of the year. But what you may not know is that the Alzheimer's Association has declared The Longest Day® to bring awareness of Alzheimer's disease to the public each year. read more

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a condition that is described as a common mood disorder for those individuals who exhibit depressive symptoms at the same time each year, most commonly during the winter season. Basically, the reduced amount of sunlight during the winter months disrupts the internal clock of those affected by SAD. read more

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