Use kinetic sand and a beach soundtrack to make and indoor beach day. Seniors will enjoy the sounds and textures of the beach without leaving home.
Enjoy growing the fresh vegetables of summer such as beans, summer squash, and radishes in backyard containers.
Enjoy indoor summer activities with your loved ones such as board games, cards, or take a stroll down memory lane by watching your favorite television shows from yesteryear.
The paved walkways of your local botanical garden provide a wheelchair accessible way to enjoy the beauty of nature with limited mobility. Be sure to stay hydrated when outdoors
Water-based exercise is especially beneficial to seniors with mobility challenges. Seniors can enjoy water aerobics and swimming exercises tailored to their ability level.
The lazy days of summer are perfect for sharing books with friends.
Join a local book club through your library or local senior center or start your own!
Enjoy an ice-cream social with friends and family featuring your favorite music, ice-cream toppings, and celebrating time together.
The most important part of summer is the time you spend with the ones you love. Asking a caregiver to accompany seniors to family gatherings can help families ensure that seniors are supported to take part in family activities at their ability level.