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03 May 2023 Activities
The Best Memory-Boosting Games for the Elderly
Searching for some much-needed entertainment that could help with cognitive function? We share our favourite memory-boosting games for the elderly.
29 Sept 2022 Activities
Exercises the Elderly Can Do at Home
As we grow older, it’s important to maintain our health and well-being through regular exercise. But it can be more practical to undertake your workouts at home. We discuss the best exercises the elderly can do at home.
05 Apr 2022 Activities
Activities for the elderly that aren’t boring
As we get a little older, our bodies can get weaker. But that doesn’t mean that it’s time to give up on activities. We uncover some of the best activities designed to keep both body and mind in shape.
08 Mar 2022 Activities
The Best Exercises for Older People
Keeping fit as you age is vital to maintaining a good quality of life, yet choosing the most suitable activity can feel a little overwhelming. For the over 70's in particular, staying active is essential to maintain both physical and mental wellbeing. With this in mind, we explore some of the best exercises for older people.
16 Dec 2020 Activities
Self Care Activities: The Benefits of Meditation
Meditation is a mind and body practise that promotes calmness, relaxation and has many psychological benefits. It is something that can be enjoyed at any age and it is especially thought to benefit elderly people for many reasons. These include reducing stress and creating a calmer mindset.
17 Nov 2020 Activities
Lockdown hobbies & activities for elderly women
With a SureSafe personal alarm UK women have been living independently in their homes throughout lockdown. whether you’re furloughed or generally finding more time on your hands, we've put together some of the best activities and hobbies you can do at home to keep you active and entertained.
18 Mar 2020 Activities
How to Combat Loneliness When Living At Home Alone
Loneliness within the elderly community is a fairly common issue. As people age, they become more vulnerable to loneliness. This could be because they can't get out much or they retire and don't have the same social networks. But what are the signs of loneliness in elderly people? How can you prevent loneliness in elderly relatives? And how can a personal alarm system make a lone elderly person feel safe?