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Michelle Crawford Benefits Feb 28
With so much having changed (friendships, mobility, even location), it can be hard to find new friendships as a senior adult. Here are some tips for assuaging loneliness.
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The Goodman Group 4 Jun 17
"Grandma's Roundtable boils down to conversations without judgement"
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Senior Shared Spaces 31 Oct 18
Listen to your elder's advice, not because they are always right but because they have more experiences of being wrong.
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Wendy Fisher Nov 22
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Senior Shared Spaces 31 Oct 18
Extend the respect of elderly in one's family to that of others; extend the love of young ones in one's family to that of others.
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Senior Shared Spaces 5 Nov 18
7 benefits of exercise for the elderly: 1. Live longer 2. Prevent falls 3. Reduced risk of stroke or heart attack 4. Better bone density 5. Reduced risk of developing dementia 6. Prevent or delay disease 7. More confidence and independence
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Wendy Fisher Nov 13
Senior Pen Pals -- "You can learn about different lifestyles, life in different states, or even worldwide."
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Wendy Fisher Nov 18
"Second, now that my passions is seniors/retirement, it's even worse to think we've got this internet connecting the world -- and yet people are lonely, especially seniors."
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The Goodman Group 25 May 17
[NEW BLOG] Senior Spiritual Wellbeing: Why Friendships Matter
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Maya Sinett 20 May 14
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