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Why Seniors Need Vitamins to Live Healthy Lives

Nutrition is one of the cornerstones of health. As we get older, however, it’s possible to miss out on important vitamins and nutrients, reducing our health and quality of life. If you’ve been feeling out of sorts, eating right and getting the balance of foods you need can make a big difference. Why It Matters People have long understood that…

Assistive Technology

Assistive technology has made it safer than ever for Seniors today who are living longer and choosing to age in place. Aging in place enables seniors to remain in the comfort of their own homes while obtaining any personal care and support services they might need over time as their needs change. In addition, to support services provided by a…

Holiday Charity

The holidays are a time we need to remember to be charitable in our hearts –for the season, and throughout the year. A truly charitable heart recognizes the connectedness of all humanity and understands that we all matter to each other, regardless of how our lives are different. Being charitable means wanting to give, even more than wanting to get,…

Staying Active as a Senior

When a person ages, it becomes harder and harder for them to stay active and incorporate exercise into their daily routine. After avoiding exercise and physical activity for long enough, the muscles begin to atrophy, and it becomes harder for a senior individual to do even simple daily activities. The good news is that adding a little bit of exercise…

Programs to Combat Loneliness

Twin Falls Senior Center offers programs to combat loneliness