PISCATAWAY, NJ — Healthier bodies. Healthier minds.
In this challenging year, there’s not much more one can ask for but good health. Achieving that goal for seniors means much more than sitting on the couch and hoping good wishes can do the trick.
“The key is to interact with other people,” said Lori Morell, Director of the Health & Wellness Center at Parker. “And, of course, we all need to social distance from the refrigerator.”
Morell, who plans and implements health, wellness and fitness services to residents, community members and employees of Parker, has compiled a list of five recommended New Year’s resolutions for elders, with the expectation that the pandemic will last for a few more months.