Health Tips for Seniors



Activities for Seniors – Check This Out

A few Stimulating Activities for Seniors:

The young consider the seniors as over the hell who idle away their time waiting for some interesting thing to happen. Though some seniors are lonely and occasionally go out, it is not this way of life. My grandmother, though 70 years old felt passionately that she was still 18 years young. She was very active and could work all day in the garden while I felt worn out. She would then call me out for a cup of coffee. Hence seniors must be given credit and most of them are like my grandma.

A few suitable ideas for seniors, activities for the disabled and even for the bedridden are given here for their smile and cheer up the young person in the old body.

Some seniors become recluse while feeling young and their social circle shrinks and they are depressed. You should, invariably, involve any senior you find in some activity for them which will keep them young and active. Not only will they retain their youthful look but avoid loneliness, depression and Alzheimers disease.

Suggest for seniors any activity they love or enjoy or have enjoyed and loved in the past. One of my aunts would take off for Reno with her friends, take in the shows, shop and gamble and have great fun.

Gather a handful of glossy tri fold brochures on local attractions. It is amazing how much of our local attractions go unnoticed. Garden shows, museums, boat tours etc. are great activities for seniors. Seasonal events like October fest, Renaissance style fairs, bowling or a couple of tickets for a holiday symphony can make a great gift. The whole idea is to spur the senior to get out of the house frequently.

Arts and craft classes for those who cannot sprint over hill and dale are good where they can make now friends with similar interests. There is some thing for every one men and women.

More active seniors can train in aerobic taichi a martial art. It is a terrific way to get in shape. For disabled seniors card parties are the best card table, sandwiches, cold cuts and salads will do.

Reading can also be pleasurable past time and keep the seniors active and prevent Alzheimer disease. The Golden girls had a good time sitting around the kitchen table chatting, fussing, arguing, and gossiping.

They enjoyed their activities quite nicely. For the young at heart seniors a few things dont change much.




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