We’re welcoming brighter days while continuing to promote health and safety.
You've probably noticed this has been an unseasonably warm winter so far this year. And it's actually breaking weather records that date back to 1940. According to Global News, Toronto experienced the warmest Christmas Eve on record with a high of 15 degrees Celsius.
What if when you were knitting a scarf, you were also knitting better cognitive health and well-being? Research shows that regularly knitting has tremendous health benefits, and by joining a knitting club seniors can improve their minds, moods and spirits.
Grandparents play a special role in a child's life. They provide unconditional love, encourage imagination and play and support a child's dreams and ambitions. When a grandparents live in the same neighborhood as their grandchildren, or even just in the same state, they can visit frequently and spend fun days out together, making memories that will last a lifetime. However, this is a little more difficult for grandparents that live far away from their grandchildren.
With over 100 years of combined experience designing for seniors, our in-house Design team knows a thing or two about planning a beautiful, functional living space – and this applies just as easily to a senior living community as it does to a treasured home. Today they’re sharing tips on how to spot and avoid common safety hazards in the home that can pose a risk of trips, falls, etc.
Poor heart health is the leading cause of death among men and women in the U.S. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention explained that heart disease accounts for 1 in every 4 deaths each year. While exercising at the gym and working out in groups are both good ways to reduce risk of heart disease, they aren't always possible for seniors living at home or in retirement communities with physical or mental disabilities.
Summertime is the perfect chance to finally get around to your "must read" list. Whether you're lounging on the beach, or planning to learn something new on vacation, books are a great way to fill the lazy days of summer. While there may be Oscar-nominated films to watch and television shows to catch up on, there's nothing like getting lost in a well written story. Here are our Top 5 picks that appeal to an array of readers:
With over 100 years of combined experience designing for seniors, our in-house Design team knows a thing or two about planning a beautiful, functional living space – and this applies just as easily to a senior living community as it does to a treasured home. Today they’re sharing how proper and strategically placed lighting can make a world of difference in a senior’s living space. Learn how:
“Welcome Home” is what moving day at Sunrise feels like. There may come a time in your life when living in your own home is no longer safe and preferred. It’s at that critical time that Sunrise communities can offer you a home that’s just what you and your family are looking for.