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7 Fun Games To Help Improve Your Mind’s Health

You work out and eat well to keep your body fit, prioritize sleep to keep your immune system strong, and drink lots of water to stay hydrated, but what are you doing to keep your mind healthy? As we age, our brains begin to change, and taking proactive steps to keep them healthy is the best way to avoid complications like memory loss and cognitive decline.

Sunshine poem

A Poem Filled with Sunshine


A beautiful poem written by one of our lovely members about Sunshine Adult Day Care

Sunshine sweeps the clouds away
Sunshine brightens up the day

Sunshine chases away the gloom
From every corner of your room

Sunshine melts the winter snow
Sunshine helps spring flowers grow

God blessed us with this Sunshine
To keep us warm from time to time

We’ve found a place we call Sunshine
It’s where we spend a lot of time
Everyone here is friendly and kind

Come visit us here at Sunshine
Experience the tender care and peace of mind
That we enjoy here at Sunshine.

connection of poor sleep and alzheimers

What’s the Connection Between Poor Sleep and Alzheimer’s?

If you’re like most people, you know that healthy sleep is necessary. When you sleep well, you wake feeling refreshed. Your memory functions better, you enjoy better moods, and you have more energy to focus on things like work, family, and friends. But did you know that good sleep can stave off Alzheimer’s, as well?

Happy volunteer seniors couple smiling at the camera on a sunny day

How Volunteering Can Positively Affect a Senior’s Wellbeing

Volunteering: It’s touted as an excellent way to use extra time and give back to a community, but it can also have marked health benefits fro seniors and aging individuals. When seniors retire, they’re often left feeling bored and uninspired. Volunteering is a fantastic way to mitigate these symptoms while also helping give back to the community.

happy seniors maintaining active social lives to help avoid dementia

How Active Social Lives Can Help Seniors Avoid Dementia

With a Little Help from Their Friends

As seniors age, it’s common for friendships and close social relationships to begin dropping off. People get sick, people move, and, eventually, friendships become harder and harder to maintain. New research, however, is proving that maintaining those friendships is much more important than we previously thought. In addition to preventing isolation and providing mood boosts for seniors,

father and son having conversation about adult day care sending parents to adult day care

How to Convince Your Parents to Attend Adult Day Care

We understand – adult day care can be a touchy subject. All too often, children want their parents to consider entering an adult day care program, but parents feel as if a program like this is a one-way ticket to a complete loss of independence and a new identity they aren’t quite ready to embrace. Fortunately,