Fall is not always an easy time for seniors. Often, as the busyness of life picks up for their families, and the weather cools off, older adults experience a sense of loneliness and gloom. Add to this the increased likelihood of colds and flu, and the fall season can be a harbinger of pretty dire times for older people.
But it doesn't have to be that way. There are plenty of ways to help older adults have a meaningful, engaging fall, even if they aren't going full throttle the way younger folks might. Here are some ways to make fall special for seniors in your life:
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