Apr 4, 2018 by Bill Mrukowski
It is common for seniors to feel overwhelmed or frustrated when daily tasks become more difficult to do. The changes associated with aging take a toll not only on seniors’ physical health, but also their mental health. Mental health and physical health are intertwined and equally important.
One way to improve mental health is to encourage your loved one to socialize. Any interaction with people outside of your immediate family is beneficial for your senior’s memory and emotional health
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