10,000 Meals in 60 Days
In celebration of National Food Month, we’re helping improve the nutrition of 10,000 seniors across the country. In April and May, we’ll be visiting seniors, many of whom live alone, and bringing them nutritious, home-cooked meals. We’ll also provide a friendly face and some good conversation to ensure they are able to get the nutrition they need every day.
According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, nearly one in 10 seniors in America suffers from poor nutrition. This can exacerbate problems already common among seniors, including depression, improper healing, and a depressed immune system.
Our goal at Emeritus is to ensure that seniors are living “Safely Somewhere,” whether they are being cared for at an Emeritus community, another senior living environment, or at home. The very cornerstone of a safe and secure environment is ensuring people are getting the proper nutrition they need to lead a fulfilling and productive life.
If you know of a senior who could use a nutritious meal and some good company, please contact Emeritus at Kingwood here.
Lessons From the Heart
The heart is a hard-working muscle that operates 24/7. Healthy hearts support healthy living.
Click here to learn why the heart muscle needs a steady flow of oxygen and nutrients.
Getting Your Siblings to Help with Parental Care
Do you find yourself bearing most of the responsibility for taking care of a parent or loved one?
Click here to review tips to help build family collaboration to ensure that the care for your parent or loved one is being borne as equitable as possible.
Dealing with Grief
As we age, one of the things we have to get used to is dealing with the grief of losing someone close to us.
Click here for tips on healthy ways to cope with the pain you're feeling after losing a loved one and how to start healing