Even those who may venture outside to socialize, particularly around the holiday season, may be hesitant or unable to do so to help prevent the spread of the virus. In these instances, friends and loved ones can mitigate feelings of isolation in various ways.
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Physical activity and proper diet and nutrition can help people ages 50 and older maintain their bodily health. But people also need ways to preserve their brain health to prevent or delay the cognitive decline that affects millions of seniors across the globe.
Seniors must take measures to protect themselves against falls. These steps can minimize risk at home.
No one knows when we’ll have a COVID-19 vaccine or treatment. Until then, it’s smart for seniors to have an emergency plan to get what you need and stay safe as we wait for life to return to near-normal.
If you or the person you love wants to stay safe and independent at home, hiring a trusted home care organization might be a good next step.