Hobbies can offer numerous physical and mental benefits for individuals of all ages. For seniors with plenty of free time, a hobby can be especially beneficial because it helps pass the day constructively. A hobby can be anything that provides enjoyment, from reading to gardening. New hobbies provide the opportunity to learn a new skill or new information, and an old hobby lets you revisit your talents. At The Gardens at Barry Road in Kansas City, Missouri, we offer a variety of opportunities for the hobbyist. Consider the following six benefits of creative hobbies for seniors.
There are myriad lessons from the Gospel of John for seniors exemplifying the importance of faith, identity, commitment, and trust.
At our assisted living community, we want residents to be healthy physically and mentally. Meditation can help with both, so we put together a quick guide.
Here are six things that were normal in many worship services before the pandemic. Seniors of faith may remember some of them fondly or with a bit of laughter.
For seniors who want to listen to their favorites, most songs can be found on music streaming services. Here are five of the best music streaming services
The Bible is full of so much information and many stories that it’s impossible to run out of relevant lessons for life regardless of how many times you read it
For seniors of faith, prayer time may be an ongoing work in progress or cherished moments with God throughout the day. Here are some prayers to reflect on
Timothy being young doesn’t mean seniors can’t learn from a letter written to him. Here are a few potential lessons seniors can take from 2 Timothy.
Efficient use of small spaces can help to create a lovely home a senior is proud of and can spend hours in. Here are a few tips to make the most of your space