Maintaining Senior Wellbeing During Isolation
Ensure your loved ones are taken care of and discover ways to improve their mental health and wellbeing during this difficult time.
While individuals ages 65 and older are being directed by states and local health agencies to stay at home and shelter in place to avoid exposure to COVID-19, this isolation can take a toll on a person's mental and physical wellbeing. It's important to provide support to the seniors in your life and help foster hope, purpose and connection.
Families, caregivers and health professionals should work together with seniors to develop a plan where they can still do many of the activities they enjoy. We've compiled a list of suggestions to assist with this planning. Discover ways to support seniors during isolation.