Days do appear longer for Senior Living Communities residents when visitors are not allowed. The CoVid-19 crisis in our country is currently facing emphasizes the need to discourage the mental effects of social distancing. Bridge to Better Living hopes the following suggestions for activities will help close the gap between Seniors and visitors who are… Read More


Seniors are cautious about traveling when they consider their physical and medical needs. Lack of mobility, distance from physicians and portability of health insurance are all concerns. This certainly does not mean Seniors should not travel Researching amenities available at future vacation spots helps Seniors be more confident about their travel plans.… Read More


There are multiple types of games to improve cognitive function. As we age neurons are not firing the same way nor the same speed as when we were younger. Specific areas begin to shrink and blood flow decreases. These changes may lead to a decline in mental capacity. We all age differently and so do our brains.… Read More


  Try one of the following to increase your mental strength.   Dance the Night Away! Or the morning or afternoon for that matter! Dancing is enjoyable and even with two left feet the benefits of dancing are well worth the effort. Little energy is needed to do the Jitterbug, Funky Chicken or line dancing.… Read More


No one needs to be a social butterfly to have a vibrant, healthy social life but quality of life is important. The following tips will help start thinking about ways to remain social.   Volunteer A variety of organizations are in need of people willing to help. Positions available to volunteers may take small or… Read More