Kathleen Cameron, senior director of the Center for Healthy Aging at the National Council on Aging, offers ways to take care of yourself and loved ones during the global pandemic.
Capital Caring Health has offered a handful of tips to stay connected, active and positive in the era of COVID-19.
Never learned how to ride a bike? With a class dedicated specifically to the area’s 55 and older residents, you could be coasting in three hours or less.
Amenities in the 15,000-square-foot-facility will include daily lunch, a small gymnasium, two full-size pickleball courts and more.
Several local child care and assisted living communities have introduced programs that foster friendships across the ages.