Senior Isolation, Mental Health & Loneliness (Facts & Resources)

Senior Isolation
Senior Isolation, Mental Health & Loneliness (Facts & Resources)

A report from the National Academies of Science, Engineering & Medicine (NASEM) says that one-third of adults 45 and older feel lonely and nearly one 4th of adults 65 and older are considered to be socially isolated.

Senior Isolation, Mental Health & Loneliness

What Senior Isolation Can Lead To

What Can You Do If You Are Experiencing Loneliness?

Learn & Explorer

Learning and exploring new things can help fight against cognitive decline.

How Can I Help Someone Else

Help for Seniors Living Alone

Reaching Out Makes A Difference

Volunteering Decreases Loneliness

Technology Can Help

Sources

NASEM

Additional Resources

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