Our chefs and dining staff at Silverbell Homestead make great efforts to purchase seasonal fruit, and local vegetables, so that residents can receive a wide variety of fruits and vegetables on a monthly basis. It’s all a part of our dedication to the well-being and health of our residents.
Spring, is a happy time and a hopeful season. A perfect opportunity to start finding spring activities for seniors, to enjoy with the aging loved one in your life. The smell in the spring air inspires you to rejoice. Who deserves joy and celebration more than that particular senior in your life? You both deserve some relief after a long and exhausting winter.
It’s 2022 and time to celebrate the New Year with our aging loved ones. Here are some senior friendly activities that you can do with the whole family.
Hypertension, or uncontrolled high blood pressure, is harmful and far too frequent, especially among the elderly. One out of every two adults in the United States has a cardiac ailment. So what should we be doing for improved heart health?
If you grew up with siblings, there’s a good chance you battled on occasion. As you got older, the fights shifted from who gets to drive the car to who gets to fight over toys. Fighting with your siblings or loved ones can be avoided when it comes to making decisions about assisted living for your parents.
While most vaccination discussions this year have centered on companies like Moderna, Pfizer, and Johnson & Johnson, but what are other vaccinations do seniors need to consider? Because illness prevention is such an important aspect of good aging, knowing which vaccines you need and when you need them is crucial.
Most people’s savings and Social Security income are insufficient to cover the cost of assisted living. Most juggle such assets with long-term-care insurance benefits, home-sale profits, and contributions from willing and able family members.
Enjoy these elders’ perspectives as they give life advice on the essential elements of how to be happy. Be encouraged to conduct your own interview with an elderly relative.
The air is crisp, and the leaves are changing, but it’s not time to hibernate just yet. Here are some ideas for autumn activities for seniors. Fall ushers in so many lovely things: pumpkin spice-flavored foods, vividly colored leaves, fall festivals, and the holiday season, despite the fact that you may not appreciate the cooler temperature or shorter days.