Publications are great sources of information, and the Division of Services for Aging and Adults with Physical Disabilities has just provided their own for you to be able to go through it and obtain a new set of learning especially about the elderly and the physically disabled.
Some of the Division of Services for Aging and Adults with Physical disabilities publications include:
Get Fit! Have fun. Stay in shape! – This publication contains recommended exercises that can help you on your way in getting healthier as well as staying in shape and in fun ways. The exercises found in this publication include those that help in increasing your energy, sharpening your memory, reducing your stress levels and improving your overall muscle tone, among others. In addition, this publication also has its recommendations on what kind of materials and support can very much help to you in creating and sustaining your exercise regime.
Get Free! Avoid and Overcome Unhealthy Behaviors! – This publication does not merely focused on other people from eliminating negative habits such as smoking, alcohol consumption, gambling, being depressed and isolated; it can also help out both the elderly as well as certain physically disabled individuals. It can also help in emphasizing positivity such as making changes for your betterment and establishing connections with those who are also in need for support.
Get Fresh! A Fresh Approach to Nutrition! – This publication is especially helpful with regards to the meals that the elderly and the physically disabled are recommended to partake. It lets you learn just how you can feel, shop as well as cook healthy. In also tackles the different causes and prevention of unhealthy diets as well as different helpful tips on how to establish healthy eating habits. It also contains recipes, food models and activity sheets in order to keep the nutrition record of the elderly and the physically disabled on track.
Get Smart! Make Smarter Health Decisions! – This publication contains hints and tips on how the elderly and the physically disabled can raise their health IQ. It is also highly possible to learn more about managing whatever health problems they might have, including the prevention and the treatment of certain illnesses, how they can communicate better with doctors, how they can manage their medication as well as remain independent, among others.