This winter is a double whammy for seniors and the elderly as they are susceptible both to cold and COVID-19. Staying in the house all winter isn’t a good idea either. So, here are some outdoor winter activities that seniors can enjoy – even during the pandemic.
Colder temperatures and snow doesn’t necessarily mean you should lock yourself up for several months. These outdoor activities for seniors are good ways to get out of the house – even for short periods of time. Know your limits and enjoy!
Because seniors feel the cold more than younger folks, they need to bundle up in warmer clothing when exposed to colder temperatures. Here are some options of warm clothing for the elderly to keep them warm from head to toe.
Feeling cold is a common complaint of aging. Often this is a side effect of medication or symptom of different ailments. But, seniors are also at a higher risk of injury or death in a fire. Here are some safe heaters for seniors and elderly people to keep them toasty and warm… safely!
Feeling cold is a common complaint of the elderly and there are lots of ways to keep elderly people warm. Learn more about traditional ways like layered clothing and blankets plus so higher tech ways through thermostats and electronic devices.
Keep the seniors you love safer in the winter by improving their overall health, evaluating their environment, having a backup plan, and making sure they have the right clothing and footwear. Here are more winter safety tips for seniors.
This list of things to do with your grandchildren in the winter will help keep boredom away and build memories that will last for years. Choose from these educational and fun activities to keep your grandkids busy for hours.
Plantar fasciitis is a painful foot condition characterized by severe heel pain. It affects people of all ages but is common among seniors and the elderly too. Here are the best women’s snow boots for plantar fasciitis pain.