Senior Housing Connection

Winter Health Watch

Friday, January 22, 2016

Winter Health Watch At Parkwood Heights Senior Living Campus Elders are a lot more sensitive to the cold and often neglect some essentials during the winter. You can help keep them healthy and happy by just paying attention to a few life essentials. Sunlight The golden r [READ MORE]

THE BENEFITS OF MOVEMENT

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

By: Dr. Kevin O’Neil, Brookdale Senior Living One of the most important things you can do for yourself to maintain and/or improve your health is simply daily movement. Not only can movement cure chronic conditions, but research also suggests that it can slow or even reverse the aging p [READ MORE]

STRETCH FOR BETTER LIVING

Monday, January 23, 2012

If you have ever seen weight lifters you have most likely seen the reverse curl and overhead press. This is a great exercise for reaching high and working the shoulders and upper back. My variation includes some breathing exercise and suggests you make each movement as slowly as you can so  [READ MORE]

HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR VISION NATURALLY WITH EYE EXERCISE

Monday, January 09, 2012

(http://www.parkwoodheights.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/imagesCAU9PZQ81.jpg) How often do you think about your eyes during the course of a day. You may rub them every so often or maybe put in an eye drop or two. But how often do you sit back and rest them or exercise them? We look out of and [READ MORE]

10 WAYS TO ACHIEVE A HEALTHY, HAPPY NEW YEAR

Tuesday, January 03, 2012

When we cry out “Happy New Year!” we mean it! Everyone wants to be happy in the new year. As we grow older, we need to understand that happiness stems less from material possessions and more from health, good relationships, and fulfilling activities which keep us engaged in life. In  [READ MORE]

Active as you Age …

Saturday, August 06, 2011

Activities for senior citizens can include hobbies like cabinet building, cake decorating, painting, crafting, swimming and a host of other things. Hobbies have a mind body connection that benefits active seniors aging in place by promoting their physical and mental well being. Who knew that hav [READ MORE]