Let's Get Together: 6 Ways Social Connectedness Improves Senior Health

Six facts about the relationship between social isolation, social connectedness, and senior health
Consider these 6 facts about social connectedness
Connecting with family and friends has long been a proven way to boost someone’s spirits. But for seniors, it’s also one of the most powerful means of preserving and improving their health.1

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  • Statistics on how much people over the age of 50 report feeling isolated, and the health problems these feelings may cause
  • How regular social connection can stave off depression and reduce the risk of relapse
  • The top ways that seniors like to stay connected to friends and family
1 How Social Connections Keep Seniors Healthy, The Greater Good Science Center at the University of California at Berkeley, 14 March 2014.
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