The Wellness-Focused
Lifestyle Your Parent
May Be Missing

Imagine this: Your mom enjoys her morning coffee at home. Then, she catches a tai chi class with her neighbor. In the afternoon, she and some girlfriends watch a movie before heading to the neighborhood bistro for a glass of wine.

This is what well-being in seniors looks like today. It’s a balanced approach to life that is accessible to all ability levels. It’s social, physical, and mental engagement that keeps seniors healthy. It’s also a common practice at today’s best senior living communities. Seniors who remain in their homes might miss this high level of engagement due to mobility issues or lack of opportunity. In other words, your mom might not know what she’s missing—or risking.

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