Providing seniors with Harvard Healthy Entrée choices is another way Laureate Group Senior Communities empowers seniors to be independent and make positive decisions for themselves.
During the pandemic, we have all spent more time in our houses, often alone and feeling isolated. Among the many lessons from this experience is a new perspective on our living arrangements. We need to spend less time taking care of our surroundings and more time tending to our spiritual well-being.
With 10,000 baby boomers retiring each day, there is an increasing number actively pursuing “life after retirement.” Some are embarking on a second career, others community service, and others are resuming activism of their youth. However, all are seeking a way to remain relevant. This concept has been referred to as Conscious Eldering or Conscious Aging. What does Conscious Aging mean today?
For seniors, the companionship that a dog or cat can provide is obvious. There is nothing like returning home to a joyful welcome that you get from a dog or cat that says you are the best person in the world! As you age, there are far less opportunities for this type of approval.
Walking is a low impact and gentle way of ensuring you stay strong and independent longer. These 5 walking tips to maximize your efforts will help you get the most out of your experience, such as improved balance and posture, plus bragging rights about the amount of steps you get in each day!
A well-balanced diet is an important part of healthy aging. But during the winter season, energy levels often decrease. This causes unhealthy habits to increase. Fortunately, habits can be broken. Here are a few tips to understanding the importance of winter nutrition for seniors.
Besides the fun factor, there are reasons as to why Laureate Group Senior Communities encourages dance classes. The new, insightful research examines the beneficial effects of dancing to determine whether dancing can improve brain health in older adults. Here are the results.