People are always looking for something or someone new, whether you are a bachelor in your twenties who recently moved to a new town looking for a place to go at night, a new mom looking for other moms to have a play date with or a senior looking for friends with the same interests, […]
Today marks the first day of National Nurses Week honoring our Nation’s caregivers. We would like to give a big thank you to all registered nurses and especially to our senior caregivers.
Do you and your friends at the senior living facility enjoy playing games? What about poker? Poker is fun for all ages (over 21) but can get a little complicated when you try to play in the lounge without the proper equipment.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Wayne, PA, April 5, 2016 – Less than one year after rebranding, Moves for Seniors, a division of Transit Systems, Inc. has released a new website to showcase a much broader range of service offerings.
Coloring books are no longer just for kids! Take a walk into any book store, Walmart or Target, even a Five Below and you will have no trouble finding an adult coloring book. They are extremely popular and with good reason!
First, it is very important to walk as much as you physically can. Walking is essential to staying active and alive, but at a certain point in your life walking becomes painful, which is why a mobility scooter is a great option.
BINGO originated in Italy in 1530 as a form of lottery known as Lo Giuoco del Lotto d’Italiam. About 200 years later, in 1778 Lotto was brought to France. In the classic version of Lotto, there are playing cards that are divided into three horizontal rows and nine vertical rows.
Take your old furniture from drab to fab in a few easy steps. Do you have an old, beat-up table or bureau that you have had for years? Did you consider not bringing it to your senior living apartment because you were scared of what it’d take to give it a face-lift? If you said […]
How did the Baby Boomer generation get its name? If you don’t already know, the history behind the generational moniker is much simpler than you might think. When World War II soldiers returned home to their families between 1945 (the end of the war in the Pacific) and 1947 (the end of the war in […]