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As an Older Adult Specialist, one of the main things that I teach is balance and coordination through exercise. While I have seen many people progress through my programs, some have wondered if you can continue to get better even as you get older. With balance, just like in life, the only way you continue to get better at anything is to go outside of your “comfort zone.” Below are three ways you can go outside of your comfort zone and hopefully improve your balance. Read more: http://www.griswoldhomecare.com/blog/3-ways-seniors-can-take-their-balance-to-the-next-level/#ixzz3kWJYYR2V
The Real Story: Why Gardening is Great For Seniors Read more: http://www.griswoldhomecare.com/blog/real-story-why-gardening-is-great-for-seniors/#ixzz3incWUA2l
This story by Sara Price was taken from Grisworld Home Care website at http://www.griswoldhomecare.com/blog/real-story-why-gardening-is-great-for-seniors/ Gardening is one of those activities often recommended to and associated with older adults. But is there actual science behind why it might be beneficial, or do we only associate seniors with gardening because of some collective idea of what being “elderly” entails? Older people like checkers, bingo, and gardening, right? Well, we challenged the ideas behind those stereotypes and did some research into the science of gardening and its specific benefits for older adults, especially since horticulture therapy (gardening as a rehabilitative tool) is on the rise. It turns out that gardening is good for more than just filling time and getting outdoors. It has some very significant health benefits, as well.
SOURCE: Jamaica Smiles Dental Blog http://jamaicasmilesblog.com/2015/05/3-important-tips-care-teeth-or-parents-age/