During winters like this one – a seemingly constant, arctic-like chill in the air, many times accompanied by freezing rain, sleet, or snow – braving the outdoors can be tough.
This is particularly true for seniors, who may have health issues aggravated by the frigid air. For those who are used to spending time outdoors, it may be particularly difficult to stay active. But it’s even more important this time of year, as seniors especially can be susceptible to cabin fever.
That’s why Woodland Heights is proactive in providing ample opportunities for active retirement living during colder months.
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