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Senior Living | 01/8/21
Whether you’re an introvert or extrovert, it’s easy to feel happy and energized when socializing with the ones you love. When you’re socially active, you help to improve your overall wellbeing, leading to a healthy and satisfying lifestyle. When you live an active social life, you see benefits such as an improved mood, better physical health, a boosted immune system and a longer, healthier life. But it can be difficult to enjoy the company of others when you’re striving to stay healthy and socially distance yourself. Thankfully, there are some safe ways to stay socially active from a safe space.
While travel and many indoor experiences are temporarily off the itinerary due to the ongoing pandemic, there are still plenty of activities that you can do with those you love, even at a safe distance.
At The Moorings at Lewes, we believe that nothing is more important than the safety of those in our care, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. That’s why we offer a variety of ways to stay safe yet engaged. Resident Carol Lader told us, “The staff did many things to keep us all engaged. They delivered ice cream, enabled pick-up for breakfast and lunch and delivered our dinners, helped secure grocery essentials, and hosted local entertainers, including ‘tutu Tuesdays’ where a group of folks from the Lewes community and their children, ALL decked out in tutus, would run slowly through the grounds. We knew what time it was happening, and we’d look out and wave to them. It gave us something to smile about.”
If you’d like to learn more about how The Moorings at Lewes can contribute to your overall wellbeing and offer you a vibrant lifestyle, contact us today.