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- Senior Mind
- Assisted Living In The Home
- Personal Care
- Companion Care
- Interactive Caregiving™
- Respite Care
- Grocery / Home Shopping
- Meal Preparation
- Transitioning Home
- Private Duty Nursing
- Fall Risk Reduction
- Medication Reminders
- Veterans Care
- Dementia & Alzheimer's Disease Care
- 24 Hour Home Care
- End of Life Care
Help Your Senior Parent Keep Their Minds Engaged
There is no doubt that time can and does take a toll on our minds. However, the good news is that there is a lot we can do to knock back some of the effects of time. Most often, what we can do has a lot to do with healthy lifestyle choices that are accessible to everyone, even seniors. With help from a caregiver, your loved one can do a lot to help keep their mind healthy.
We have a lot of experience helping older adults stay as engaged and active as possible in their lives. That is why we decided to put together a few short tips. We hope it is helpful to your senior parent.
Staying Active Can Actually Help Your Brain
We are all aware of the fact that exercising can help us lower blood pressure, have better heart health, and even cure diabetes. However, few of us are aware of the fact that staying healthy and active can actually have an incredible impact on keeping our mind sharp. In fact, some doctors believe that seniors that are healthy are less likely to develop dementia. At Comfort Keepers, we can help your loved one stay healthy by encouraging them to get out there and stay active each and every day.
Cognitive Abilities Can Be Improved with Mental Exercises
When we work out, our muscles get bigger and stay stronger. The same is true for working out with our mind. It is important for your loved one to stay mentally active, in whatever way they would like. Staying mentally healthy is accessible to your loved one no matter what they are going through and can include simple things like going online or doing some sort of craft.
Socializing is More Important Than You May Realize
Loneliness absolutely plagues the senior community. This is because many older adults end up losing a life partner relatively early. The same goes for many good friends. In situations like that, as you can imagine, things can get pretty lonely. That is why socializing is so much more important for seniors. Staying in touch with family and friends can be pretty simple. Getting online and on social networks can do wonders for even the loneliest senior.
Caregivers Can Help
Here at Comfort Keepers, we have been helping older adults stay mentally engaged for years. To find out more, contact us today.