Countless studies support the science behind social connection in combating loneliness and promoting brain health. Staying social, safely, during COVID-19 can be a challenge for seniors living alone.
Why did infection-control nurse Beth Shank move to an Asbury community five years earlier than planned, in the middle of a pandemic? "I could tell this place is really looking out for your safety."
Science is clear on the value that physical and social activity have for seniors - and how living alone makes that a challenge. Learn how senior living communities inspire a more active lifestyle.
Our brains need more than the air we breathe and the food we eat. Those are important for survival, sure. But in order to stay healthy and truly thrive, our brains need socialization. As human beings,