September is National Health Aging Month, designated to highlight the positive aspects of growing older. This month also encourages taking charge of your well-being as we age in an effort to live long and healthy lives.
It is a very challenging time for maintaining our social connections while also adhering to CDC guidelines. Even during a pandemic, it is important for us to continue to engage in social activity to decrease the feelings of social isolation and anxiety. Not only does social support help us to endure this time of uncertainty, but it is also a major benefit for mental health!
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