While many of us have been confined to our homes to avoid the worst of the global pandemic, the act of isolation itself can present some health and safety issues. This is especially true for those who depend on others for care, like older adults. Here are some ideas on how seniors can stay safe and maintain their health and improve their well-being while staying home alone.
Staying in Touch
One of the biggest challenges of isolation is loneliness. Staying home alone, separated from family, friends and colleagues can be very difficult. We’re social animals. That said, modern communication devices are better, more personal and more affordable than ever. Use video chat to do more than just say hello. Use it to read the grand children bed time
Mental.guide is your guide in the world of psychology. In our online-journal you will find answers to many questions: how to overcome stress and depression, how to control your worry, how to manage anxiety and phobia, how to start loving and respecting yourself and many others.
Here you will get pieces of advice from the psychologists who will help you understand yourself better and start living in a harmony with this world around. Everyday updates are waiting for you here. So, if your feel upset, depressed and worried our psycho guide is ready to help you! We are your online help that is always at hand.
Owner: SNOWLAND s.r.o.
Registration certificate 06691200
16200, Na okraji 381/41, Veleslavín, 162 00 Praha 6