As stated by the National Institute on Aging, engaging in reading is among the various ways to maintain and improve cognitive health. While many seniors are aware of the benefits of light exercise, such as improved balance and coordination, it is equally crucial to keep their minds fit and agile to mitigate the more debilitating aspects of the aging process.
With this in mind, SeniorAdvice.com has developed a comprehensive guide that dives into the substantial advantages of reading for seniors. The guide offers valuable insights on encouraging reading, highlights online resources to assist in locating libraries nationwide, and explores how libraries contribute to seniors’ cognitive and social well-being.
Here’s the guide, which includes several useful links.
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