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SENIOR LISTENING Lisa Baxter, Aging ….



Lisa Baxter, Aging Service Specialist

Stay Engaged and

Connected After


It is highly beneficial for senior citizens to remain socially active when they retire this has been proven in countless studies and is really just common sense. We have all heard the stories of how “So and so retired and died right away.” For many of us our careers were our focal point for our social interactions and the only way we got out of our chair and out of the house. COVID 19 changed that for a lot of people who ended up working from home.

Many of those people who are quite a bit younger than retirement age even found out that social isolation takes its toll on our mental and physical well-being.<...