Top 10 Things to Do with Your Aging Parents in Boston

Top 10 Things to Do with Your Aging Parents in Boston

Boston is a city rich in history, culture, and natural beauty. Sources of entertainment are seemingly limitless in Boston, but seniors do often face limitations when it comes to being active and exploring, such as low stamina and difficulties with mobility. Despite this, however, there are numerous senior-friendly activities in the city which are suitable for both visitors and longtime residents. In this post, you'll find a list of activities that you can partake in with your senior parents, many of which are accessible. Find an activity that suits your parent's interests and enjoy a family outing in "Beantown." 

Top 5 Ways to Be Proactive About Senior Care

Top 5 Ways to Be Proactive About Senior Care

Organizing senior care is often a reactive process: your mother or father has a health event, a healthcare professional tells you that they can no longer be home alone, or that they will require certain care services, and you and your siblings scramble to find the best way to deal with this new reality, all while you’re likely still reeling from the realization that your parent is no longer your caregiver - instead, the time has come for you to take care of them. 

In this post, we offer some suggestions which will help you flip the search for senior care from a reactive process to a proactive one. By having frank and understanding conversations with your parents, preparing for the unpleasant scenarios you might prefer to avoid thinking about, and keeping your parents’ health and their own preferences in mind as you make decisions as a family, you can make the process of becoming your parent’s caregiver significantly less stressful. 

Top 5 Online Activities for Seniors

Top 5 Online Activities for Seniors

We’ve all heard the advice that seniors should try to keep their minds as active as possible, even if their physical health is limiting some of their mobility. We’ve heard about all the ways to fight cognitive decline: reading newspapers, playing card games, completing sudoku puzzles, even playing musical instruments. But in our technological age, there are even more activities available to keep seniors mentally active - and they’re available at the click of a button. 

This post outlines five different online activities for seniors that provide mental stimulation, promote engagement, and supply entertainment.