Autumn Can Be Depressing for Seniors
Autumn is a lovely time for most. Summer break is over, and students return to school. It's harvest time, there's cooler weather, and the holidays are near. For many seniors the fall emphasizes a sense of loss, loneliness and grief. This article offers strategies to handle those feelings.
Yoga Loves Seniors
Learn how to reduce falls, increase mental clarity, have better balance, more flexibility, better posture and a more attractive body by practicing yoga. Learn how yoga can help to improve the energy level, keep a smile on your face longer, and make you look even better.
Is Your Library Senior Friendly?
Libraries around the world are working to meet the needs of aging citizens. This article points out some of the wonderful innovations that are taking place globally in libraries. Readers are invited to share ideas with their local library to make it more senior friendly.
Good Carpet Equals Fewer Falls
Many seniors lose their independence after a fall or series of falls. This article explains how choosing the wrong carpet can increase the likelihood of falls, and how the right carpet can reduce the risk of falls.
Stranger Danger for Seniors
Every day, intellegent, active, independent seniors are financially exploited or otherwise abused by strangers. This article will show seniors some of the techniques that are used by the predators that specialize in targeting seniors. Become aware, and empowered to protect yourself or a senior.
Time to Rebuild Your Social Life
Part two of an article that shares easy ways for seniors to take steps to rebuild their social lives, meet new friends, and deepen the connections that they already have.
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