By Julia Little |
March 28, 2014
Spring has almost sprung, and as the snow and ice melt, individuals living in senior communities could be eagerly awaiting warmer weather. As the thermometer starts to creep upwards and the days grow longer, some people may be inspired to begin their spring cleaning. Taking the time to sort through belongings and declutter spaces can not only make a room look neater, but it may also offer all kinds of health benefits. To assist seniors in starting the season off on the right foot, caregivers should work alongside them to tidy up their living areas in a safe manner and feel refreshed following a long winter.