During these strange and (for us) unprecedented times, there is a lot of advice to be found on keeping yourself occupied and well as you stay home. Limited mobility can present other challenges, however, and so we wanted to share this useful article with you if you are a senior or someone with limited mobility, or you care for someone who has limited mobility.
Please find the full article here, and we hope you find these tips useful. We’ve listed them below and have added some COVID-19-era amendments where appropriate.
- Spend time reading
- Explore a variety of hobbies
- Exercise regularly
- Get creative
- Spend time outdoors
- Have fun with happy visitors
…or, in these times, videochat or talk on the phone regularly with happy people.
- Play games
…Puzzles and cards are simple activities which can be enjoyed solo or with someone else in your home.
- Enjoy movies, TV shows, or music
- Participate in charitable works
…right now, many organizations are participating in making masks for people who can’t afford or can’t access surgical masks right now. If you sew, there are many tutorials on the Joann Fabrics website on how to make a variety of masks.