Bored with Walking Routines?

It’s no secret that exercise is an essential part of staying healthy. That doesn’t mean we need to hit the gym every day, although it is a good idea when possible. Walking is an easy form of physical activity to start because many people can walk wherever they are, without Read more…

Tinkle Tinkle – No Star

Nocturia is when a person must wake up multiple times at night to pass urine. Nocturia can negatively affect a person’s quality of life by interrupting sleep, increasing nighttime fall risk, and causing fatigue and/or depression. This condition becomes more common as people age and occurs in both men and Read more…

The Right Way to Kill Coronavirus Germs

Killing risky germs on household surfaces is nothing new, most of us are already doing it when we routinely clean the kitchen and bathroom.  However, with concerns over COVID, keeping frequently-touched household surfaces like counter tops, phones, faucet handles, and remote controls free of germs is more pressing than ever. Read more…

Benefits of Adult Coloring Books

Coloring is a common activity amongst children. However, coloring can be a beneficial and even enjoyable activity for adults. Many coloring books are actually created specifically for the needs of adults as they feature complex, black-and-white illustrations, typically inspired by South Asian mandalas. The act of coloring in an adult Read more…

UV Safety Month

The summer months are known for being hot, hot, and HOT! There are many benefits to being outdoors in the sunlight, such as exercising, swimming, and getting a daily supply of Vitamin D. July is when summer is in full swing and it is also UV Safety Awareness month. UV Read more…

Video Gaming for Seniors

Even though video gaming seems to be a hobby enjoyed primarily by younger people, the majority of video game players happen to be adults according to surveying by the Entertainment Software Association (ESA). (1) Video gaming can be an enjoyable and beneficial hobby for seniors. Findings by the ESA state Read more…

Ballroom Dancing for Seniors

One nostalgic activity is dancing with a partner in an elegant setting to a band playing romantic classical music. Seniors can relive these memories by doing ballroom dancing in their homes as an exercise to improve health. Being an activity that requires two people, both individuals can take advantage of Read more…

Self-Isolation Stress Eating

Trapped in the house with a fridge filled with food? While we are practicing social distancing, and reading all-things coronavirus, it’s tempting to turn to food for comfort and escape during stressful times. According to the Mayo Clinic, stress eating or emotional eating, is a conscious or unconscious effort to Read more…

Know The COVID-19 Facts

Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is closely monitoring the outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) that was first detected in China and now has been detected in more than 100 locations internationally, including the United States. According to the CDC, illnesses have ranged from very mild (including some with Read more…

COVID-19 Company Announcement - Silver Lining Senior Care in Arkansas

Coronavirus Update

Silver Lining Senior Care remains committed to making sure home is a safe place for retirees. The novel COVID-19 virus is proving particularly serious for seniors and people with chronic medical conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, and lung disease. Fortunately, our clients in Arkansas can rest assured that our Read more…