While many recommended books for seniors are fiction, there are lots of great non-fiction when you want to get lost in a good book while learning something new
Whether you prefer indoor activities or just can't make it outside due to bad weather, a great way to pass the time is to do crafts and hands-on activities
Whether you’re looking to relive fond memories or finally see what all the hype is about, there are a few classics that every senior should see.
While medical intervention may be necessary, there are plenty of ways to help someone rediscover memories through lifestyle shifts, fun activities, etc.
There are many benefits to journaling and several reasons why seniors should engage in this time-honored way of detailing memories and logging life events
Forging relationships with family members and friends of all ages is one of the best ways for seniors to remain connected with loved ones. Senior relationships with tweens and teens have two-way benefits. Seniors can offer life guidance and wisdom. Meanwhile, teens keep the older people in their lives apprised of new ways of thinking, trends, and interesting elements of a constantly evolving society. It's true that phone calls with tweens and teens might seem daunting at first. However, we have some tips to make things a bit less awkward.
Wandering is common for seniors with dementia. Statistics record that one out of six individuals with dementia will wander. Read to find out how we can help
Good nutrition is important at any age, but it's especially helpful for preserving cognitive function as you get older. At Autumn View Gardens in St. Louis, Missouri, we strive to help residents get all the nutrients they need without sacrificing their favorite foods. To keep your mind sharp, incorporate these six nutritious foods into your diet.
The COVID-19 pandemic put a huge damper on visitations with older family members, and if your loved one is in an assisted living community with memory care options, you may not have been able to see them regularly. But even before that, family that lived far away may have found that phone calls helped them keep in touch with senior loved ones when distance made in-person visiting less of an option.
One of the benefits of choosing an assisted living lifestyle is that you have more free time. And this free time can let you start working on all the creative projects you couldn’t do in the past. However, you might find that when you have so much time, it can be difficult to know where to start. So we’ve put together four tips to help you achieve your creative goals.