Winter can be challenging for all of us, from snow packed sidewalks to ice covered parking lots. Here are some tips to prevent a fall this season!
We all get a little blue during the winter months, but for seniors, seasonal depression can be even more challenging.
Having a pet around can provide companionship and comfort but may even provide some health benefits for seniors. At Proctor Place, even your furry friends are welcome to move-in with you.
Shrinking social networks can be a normal part of the aging process. And unfortunately, loneliness is a risk factor for both functional decline (mental and physical) as well as an early death. In this article, there are several tips on how to expand your social circle, late in life.
Our sleep needs do not change during adulthood, they tend to remain constant. What may change over time is our sleep patterns and even our sleep habits.
Independence plays a key role in the quality of life as a person ages. A large part of independence is being able to get around safely while driving. Unfortunately, a person’s ability to drive a car can change as they age.
Did you know that Proctor Place has it's own miniature golf course?
It's a new year which means many people resolve to get healthy! Maintaining a healthy diet can be challenging and can get more difficult as we age. Here are some nutritional guidelines for seniors.