Top 3 Reasons Why Elderly Need To Be Around Their Peers

We know that many people think that homes for elderly are sad places, but to show you that not everything needs to be so gloomy, we have given you here main reasons why it is necessary for elderly to be surrounded by their peers.

Friends Are Important

Friends are important, and this goes for all stages of our lives. If you think that you would be happier without friends, you forget that people are social animals. Being surrounded by people diminishes the chances of developing some psychological states such as anxiety or depression. It is easy for elderly people to slip into these states because they are not surrounded by people at work as younger people are.

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People of your age will understand some common problems you might share, as certain references that you share. It is a lot easier to find common ground and make lasting friendships. It is why we insist it is a great idea to be surrounded by people of your age, rather than younger people – even if they are your family members. It is a lot easier to find commonalities, and you will also have a great time.

Families Are Sometimes Just Too Busy

Families these days have a lot on their plate. Even grandparents in large families, once they lose their partner, can feel the weight that they bring to the daily routine. In addition to that, these people often need care that the family cannot provide. At our facilities we treat you like our family, give you the opportunity to live your life with peers and find new friends, we give you expert medical treatments on a day-to-day basis, and we take care of you. It takes off the weight off the family that is sometimes too busy to take quality care of the elderly family member.

What Is Life Like In A Home For Elderly Persons

What Is Life Like In A Home For Elderly Persons

Living your life with a family or in a home is a big decision for each family. Sometimes elderly people gladly go to live in a home, whereas other times they oppose the idea, mainly due to negative prejudice that they have. Living in a home for elderly is quite enjoyable, but if you still cannot even imagine what it would look like, read more about it here.

When We Get Up…

Our family makes sure that everyone gets enough sleep, this is why we do not insist on getting up at the same time as everyone else. If you like to sleep in, you could do that, as the breakfast bar is open until 11. However, the majority of our clients do prefer to wake up early and do tai chi in our garden. This very popular activity is the main culprit for the longevity of many Chinese people, and our residents just adore it!

Breakfast Bar

At the breakfast bar you can pick and choose your breakfast, but of course, we make sure that the food which is off limits for some residents does not end up on their plate. We provide health options that keep our residents happy but also full until lunch time.

Pastime Activities

Pastime Activities

In the morning our common pastime activities include playing chess or watching TV. Sometimes we also have lectures and different events to fill the time till lunch. Families can also come and visit, and you can take them for a walk around the estate. For those who need physical therapy, this is the time when we devote some special time to that, but also to swimming and relaxation.


Lunch is served in a big hall, and all our residents can eat when they want. The menu is completely healthy, and we make sure that each resident has a desert as well.

Afternoon Activities

Afternoon activities include watching TV, going for a walk, sometimes we also organize trips as well as visits. We try to keep our residents as active as their health allows them to be, and then we head home for some tasty dinner.

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Dinner is also included in the stay, and the residents can choose when to eat. Also, we keep the dinner menu light, so that they have a pleasant evening.

Other Things We Failed To Mention

The estate is amazing with relaxing and rehab facilities, Jacuzzi, and a swimming pool, but we also have so much more to offer. We have our garden, a small petting zoo, and a miniature golf terrain. It is a fun place for grandchildren to visit and have fun as well.