For seniors who need help during this uncertain time, there are
national resources available. Families should see what local organizations
can do to help too! Communities are coming together, grocery and retail
stores have special senior hours, and neighbors are willing to lend
For seniors avoiding crowded grocery stores and long lines, there
are several grocery delivery options. Seniors can shop in an online
market or send their order to someone that will shop and ask questions
as they go.
Google Arts & Culture
has teamed up with five national parks in
the U.S. so people can enjoy the beauty of the natural world while
sitting safely on their couch. Additionally, some zoos and major
attractions are sharing live video feeds to enjoy from home.
For seniors who have been approved for exercise and activity, fitness
doesn’t have to stop when the gym closes. Some fitness facilities are
offering free classes, and others are moving their services online
For seniors who love music or have favorite radio programs, streaming
services provide hours of entertainment. Listening to music makes any
activity more fun, and there is enough variety to sing and dance the days away!
With the touch of a button, seniors can get fully cooked meals
delivered to home. Food delivery services offer everything from full
menus to choices that include all the favorite restaurants. Exploring
all the delicious options available in a local area can be fun too!