As you get older, maintaining a home and your lifestyle becomes more challenging. Senior living offers a positive way to manage these challenges and live more independently. This infographic shows some key points to consider.
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Hanging pendants, a wood feature wall, and warm, neutral colors create a homey feel at Air Force Village, a senior living community in San Antonio. Photo credit: Casey Dunn
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It is not uncommon for seniors living in assisted-living facilities to lack mental stimulation and social contact. Recreation Therapists often use one-on-one visits to respond to the needs of those who avoid social settings. There are many enjoyable games and activities that can keep minds and bodies strong and active.