Why Travel Is Good For Seniors
Updated: Apr 2, 2019
Travel is good for the mind.
Seniors brains stay active and engaged when exploring new places and learning new things. Visiting a new city, learning about a new culture, strolling a museum, having conversations with people and seeing new sights can stimulate the mental muscles and keep seniors brains active and engaged.
Travel, especially with a group is also effective at combating isolation in seniors. Taking part in a group experience keeps you connected with people and allows you to share once-in-a-lifetime experiences.
Adventure, by exploring a new destination provides many new discoveries, which can teach seniors new things about the world and even themselves. Since active learning is extremely healthy for your brain, travel helps to keep seniors brains stimulated.
Discover.live brings travel to seniors living independently or in assisted living communities. Through live-streaming, they can experience the joys of travel without the complication of leaving their home. They can visit places they never thought imaginable. Their tour-guide can teach them all they want to know about a destination and they can share the experience with others.
Discover.live allows seniors to continue to travel and enjoy all the benefits it has to offer, especially to keep stimulating and expanding their minds.