Staying active in retirement is essential for seniors — both physically and mentally. Aside from keeping up with grandchildren or friends, staying active can help seniors reduce the risk of diseases such as arthritis and maintain independence. In turn, independent mobility can promote a positive state of mind, giving seniors a sense of purpose and providing more opportunities for achievement.
However, knowing where to start can be a challenge for many seniors. In this blog, we’ll cover how to stay active in retirement, both physically and mentally.
Beyond staying physically active, it’s equally important for seniors to keep their minds sharp. Here are a few ways to get started:
LDK stands for Love, Decency and Kindness — the three principles we stand by in our senior living communities. Stay active in retirement with an endless list of things to do at our communities in Greenway Views or The Landings. From morning walks and table tennis to general exercise classes and line dancing, we offer a range of social activities and aged care services to accommodate all.