If you’ve ever tried to have a conversation with a senior who needs to be wearing a hearing aid but isn’t, you know how difficult the exchange of simple ideas can be. Here are 3 pragmatic reasons to help our senior friends and family understand the importance of hearing well in our later years.
Spirituality and religion are a significant part of many people’s lives, and it usually becomes more important as we grow older. A study at the University of Chicago found belief in God increases with age, especially for those older than 68. Luckily for these spiritual seniors, faith practices come with a host of health benefits.
An older friend told me he thinks he’s getting Alzheimer’s because he keeps forgetting things like where he put his keys, his grandkid's names, and to take his cell phone with him when he leaves the house.
When Gary and Nancy decided it was time to find a new place to live to support their mobility issues, they started looking with one condition: Nancy needed space to create. The couple turned to Danbury.