Many older adults are vaccinated and ready to safely socialize again. Home entertaining is on the agenda for people eager to be with family and friends after a long hiatus.
Not only is socializing fun, it has health benefits for older adults: Socializing keeps feelings of loneliness at bay and helps sharpen memory and cognitive skills, according to Mayo Clinic Psychologist Craig Sawchuk. Socializing also boosts your levels of happiness and well-being.
So here’s help for vaccinated older adults who want to socialize again – five tips for home entertaining.
This is the first post in our series about the potential for rich life transformation for Boomers and Seniors through the natural occurrence of loss and grief. A loss is a part of life and everyone will inevitably experience it at some point. A big challenge many face understanding the loss, accepting the grief and powering up to move toward a new reality…sometimes maybe even a better one. So, it is about life transitions, but more than that.
One of the Friends Life Care Care Coordinators brings this heart-warming story. It is about the sense of loss associate…