Getting back to nature doesn’t always need to involve a weeklong getaway camping in the mountains. Check out five tips for enjoying nature as a senior below.
One thing about faith is that it’s a never-ending journey. Whether you start walking that path at 9 or 99, it’s a walk that you can always devote more time to. That's where we come in. Being able to have enough free time to devote to exploring your faith is just one reason to choose a faith-based assisted community like Broadmoor Court. Our goal is to assist you in your living, providing the freedom you need to explore other passions in life.
Seniors who enjoy chatting on the phone with friends or calling for takeout might not think about getting healthcare delivered in this way as well. Yet, telemedicine is an ideal option for those that want to avoid lengthy office visits while getting guidance from a medical professional. Consider some tips on telemedicine to better understand how to take advantage of this healthcare option.
Facebook provides a convenient way for Broadmoor Court residents to keep in touch with loved ones. Many visitors check the site regularly, so loved ones will likely see your messages quickly. In fact, approximately 70% of social media users say they visit Facebook at least once a day. Learn more about how you can connect with friends and family via Facebook Messenger, whether you have questions about GIFs or want to make a quick video call.
The journey of learning and growing in your faith and philosophy is a life-long one. You can always learn more and have new spiritual experiences. And even if you’re already saved and already have a solid personal philosophy, learning new things still helps you grow and can be fun. If you’re interested in diving deeper into theology and philosophy, here are four resources to help on your path.
Valentine's Day has come and gone in 2021, and seniors and people of all ages may have sacrificed romantic plans or put them off to a more opportune time. That's understandable since the seasonal love bugs of 2021 are the least of your worries given the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nothing quite brings loved ones together like movie night. With the thousands of movies that have been made since the late 19th century, it can be hard to decide what to watch with so many options. Below is a list of 10 great movies you can watch with family and friends at home or in the TV room at Broadmoor Court assisted living in Colorado Springs, CO.
As a senior of faith, you might already have a robust morning quiet time routine. Or, it's possible that this popular routine among Christians never settled in with you, but you'd like to spend more quality time with God and Scripture or in prayer. One of the benefits of moving into an assisted living community such as Broadmoor Court in Colorado Springs, CO, is that you're able to open up time during your day for the things you want to concentrate on. You can still enjoy the independence of your assisted living apartment, generally come and go as you please, and join in on many community social activities if you like. But you don't have to prepare every meal for yourself, keep a house and lawn clean maintained or worry about other certain types of obligations.
While residents at Broadmoor Court get cable television as part of the many amenities of the assisted living community, seniors probably know you can’t always count on something interesting being on TV when you want to watch it. That’s why setting yourself up with a television streaming package before the winter months set in can be a good idea. That way, you can have access to on-demand entertainment when you’re in the mood for it, whether that’s a snowy Colorado morning or long winter evening.
Older adults are as unique and varied as adults of any other age, and what works for one person doesn’t work for everyone. Afterall, there’s a reason people choose all types of different houses and communities to live in during their lives. Some families choose suburban homes with large yards and sidewalks to bike on.