Physical and Cognitive Wellness in Older Adults
In an era where we know more about health and wellness than ever before, many older adults understand the importance of keeping their bodies and brains in good health.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggests 150 minutes of exercise per week, with guidelines on splitting cardio and muscle-strengthening exercises.
Meanwhile, as Baby Boomers who watched their parents live with Alzheimer's disease or dementia age into that demographic themselves, they're ever more diligent about their own cognitive health.
It's why "wellness" is more than just a buzzword for many senior living communities — it's about providing a way of life that helps residents maintain and even strengthen their physical and cognitive health.
Free Webinar on Brain and Body Health
To learn more about the connection between physical and cognitive health, our team here at Prestige Senior Living Huntington Terrace is hosting a free webinar with neuroscientist and aging expert Dr. Rob Winningham on Tuesday, July 26 at 2 p.m.
In the webinar he will present on the topic of body and brain health for older adults. To register for the free webinar, visit www.prestigecanhelp.com.
Life at Prestige is About Celebrations
Here at Prestige Senior Living Huntington Terrace, our residents take part in the wellness program Celebrations, which embraces physical, emotional and spiritual well-being to help residents enjoy the highest quality of life.
For more about Celebrations or our community, visit www.prestigecare.com/HuntingtonTerrace. To book a tour, you can also call us at (503) 465-1404.
Prestige Senior Living at Huntington Terrace
1410 NE Cleveland Ave.