April is National Volunteer Month, a time to show appreciation for volunteers, and hopefully inspire others to take up a worthy cause as well.
While the people and organizations who rely on volunteers certainly benefit from the assistance, studies show that the volunteers themselves have much to gain from these experiences. From physical to mental health, participating in volunteering activities can be especially beneficial for seniors.
The importance of socialization and activity for seniors
Aging brings on a number of lifestyle changes. You may have retired from your life-long career, lost members of your social circle and developed health conditions …read more