Whether it's receiving flu shots, playing shuffle board, taking a ceramics class, or painting a picture, there are multiple activities available to enhance our elders' mental and physical well-being. The key to wellness is staying active and taking steps to prevent illness.
Other activities offered to promote wellness include:
- Special Evidence-Based Wellness Programs
WHO RECEIVES WELLNESS SERVICES?
- 60 and older.
For more information on this service, the brochure is available here.
Did you know?
Social interaction isn’t just fun for seniors; it helps keep minds active and lowers the risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Playing games, working puzzles and making art projects can help seniors live a longer and happier life.