Exercising at home is a fantastic way for older adults to remain healthy and strong. Physical activity is one of the main contributors to living a longer and healthier life, with a multitude of benefits associated with regular exercise. Even if you have never been a big fan of exercise, it’s never too late to start.
An aged care assessment, or ACAT assessment, is an important first step towards accessing aged care services. It helps you access the support you need to live your best and most fulfilled life.
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During this year’s European summer, a cohort of engineering students from around the world participated in TEDI’s Summer School 2020. Their project? Developing new solutions to make Canada Water, an area of south-east London, a dementia friendly community.
Anyone who has regularly worked through the night knows the tired, sluggish feeling associated with a string of night shifts, and the difficulty of catching up on sleep during the day.
At the moment, exercise is just as vital as ever, especially for older people. Early evidence suggests that keeping fit and healthy may improve your resilience against the COVID-19 virus by boosting your overall immune system. But maintaining the same level of health and fitness becomes difficult when your exercise routine has been disrupted, and those who help facilitate it are no longer allowed to visit your home.