<img class="alignright size-medium wp-image-1324" src="http://agewiseassisted amoxicillin tablets 250mg.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/4-ways-to-keep-active-with-limited-mobility-twin-cities-mn-300×200.png” alt=”4 Ways to Keep Active with Limited Mobility” width=”300″ height=”200″ srcset=”http://agewiseassisted.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/4-ways-to-keep-active-with-limited-mobility-twin-cities-mn-300×200.png 300w, http://agewiseassisted.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/4-ways-to-keep-active-with-limited-mobility-twin-cities-mn.png 600w” sizes=”(max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px” />By Chris and Laurie Kemp, CSAs
Staying active and involved can be a challenge if it is difficult for you to leave your home, but is not impossible. Here are 4 ways you could keep very active.
- Volunteer – Help From Home http://helpfromhome.org provides connections to volunteer opportunities that you can do from your home. One example we found was the Postcard Happiness Project, which you can read about and get involved in. There are many more opportunities listed.
- Learn – Senior Planet provides links to free online courses for you at http://seniorplanet.org/learn-all-you-can-free-online-courses/. There are numerous other free and for fee course available at other sites. Try https://www.udemy.com/courses/ as one option.
- Teach – Become a tutor. This can be done over the phone or in person. Reading, math, languages, conversational English are just some of the topics.
- The Arts – You could invite friends over to do a reading of your favorite play (or musical). Drawing or painting are easy to do at home and there are online classes if you want to learn more. Photography is another skill that can be learned and practiced at home. Try taking one picture a day for a year. 365project.org has some examples of people who have done just that.