Mentally making the choice is the easy part.
It’s getting out of the recliner and onto your feet and into action that will test your resolve.
But when you consider that it’s your very health and welfare at risk, the team at Care Resources is in your corner and ready to encourage you in ways that keep you active during Michigan’s ch-ch-chilly and challenging winter months.
“With anything, it’s the first step out the door that’s the hardest,” says Garth Falkins, recreational therapy manager for Care Resources, a community-based program for people 55 and older seeking to remain in their homes.
“The key is to motivate yourself and remind yourself that you don’t want to just sit around and watch TV all day,” Falkins says. “We have programs in place at our Day Center, and also strategies to help people at home who want to promote their well-being.
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Last updated 1.10.2023 I H5610_WEB