News of the COVID-19 pandemic has been, to put it mildly, enough to make you feel pretty sad. But as Mr. Rogers said, “When I was a boy, and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.” […]
Maintaining one’s independence is a precious freedom that is especially valued in this country. As a nation founded on the ideals of self-sufficiency, the idea of autonomy permeates the American culture. However, the issue with this mentality comes when an older adult no longer can rely solely on themselves. Therefore, having a plan is critical. […]
With colder weather right around the corner and outdoor fun coming to an end, it’s a great idea to start looking for indoor activities. Days can be long for the elderly so staying active and being involved in the community can help our loved ones maintain a positive outlook on life. Boston Center for Youth […]
Losing independence is a huge cause for anxiety with the elderly population. Staying independent is vital to healthy aging and physical activities. Dr. Kieran F. Reid, will be holding an informative seminar on how to maintain mobility and cognition by eating healthy and staying active. Come and hear about proven results from a community-based trial […]
Register for the Mindful Aging presentation from Bob Linscott, offered June 26th at 6:30 pm at Goddard House! If you can’t make it then, we are offering it throughout July as well, for those interested in learning more about mindfulness.