The Well-Being of Elderly People

Well-Being of Elderly

People often struggle to come to terms with their aging, and for many of us, adjustment to aging doesn’t go smoothly. Although we are aware that we cannot escape the natural process of growing old, adjusting to all losses and changes that are happening as we grow older can be overwhelming.

A senior who experiences impaired health may find it even more challenging to deal with the changes that aging carries.

However, staying socially active is one of the vital factors in healthy aging. Studies show that seniors who stay socially active experience a myriad of benefits, including good emotional health, improved cognitive function, and better physical health.

If you are a caregiver to an older adult, it is important to know how to keep him or her mentally and socially engaged. Here are the guidelines for keeping older adults entertained and helping them participate in fun social activities.

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Response to COVID-19

Devoted Guardians is actively monitoring the progression of the coronavirus, COVID-19, to ensure that we have the most accurate and latest information on the threat of the virus. As you know, this situation continues to develop rapidly as new cases are identified in our communities and our protocols will be adjusted as needed.

While most cases of COVID-19 are mild, causing only fever and cough, a very small percentage of cases become severe and may progress particularly in the elderly and people with underlying medical conditions. Because this is the primary population that Devoted Guardians serves, we understand your concerns and want to share with you how our organization is responding to the threat of COVID-19.

We are following updates and procedures from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) State Department of Health, local and county authorities, the Home Care Association of America and other agencies and resources. Our response and plans may adjust according to the recommendations from these organizations.