Ways to Improve Your Senior’s Memory

ways-to-improve-your-seniors-memoryMemory loss is a common challenge among seniors, their family, and their caregivers. Lapses in one’s memory are normal as we age, so how do we fight that off?

Luckily, A Helping Hand Senior Care Services has a few tricks up our sleeves. We’re going to talk about a few memory-improving tips that we often use at our assisted living facility in Minnesota.

The plus side: you don’t even have to spend a dime.

Let’s get started:

  • Sleep

    Yes, quality sleep can help “solidify” memories. It also strengthens the connection between brain cells and helps in transferring data from short-term to long-term memory.

    If your loved one is enrolled under our housing support, you won’t have to worry about their chronic pain getting in the way of their rest.

  • Movement
    Many seniors spend most of their days sitting inside the house. But this can lead to memory loss. Improve the blood flow to the brain by having your senior do light workouts in the morning or go on relaxing strolls in the afternoon.
  • Brain exercises

    Aside from physical workouts, your senior loved one should also keep their brain active, and there are many ways to do this. You can get them coloring books, puzzles, word searches, and even play family board games with them whenever you drop by their group home in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

    Improving your loved one’s memory doesn’t have to be costly. It doesn’t have to be hard either.

We hope our tips help you out. If you’re looking for a group home that gives premium service to all its guests, feel free to give us a call at 612-255-3110. We’ve got everything your loved ones could need and more!

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