One-to-one interaction is critically important to help slow cognitive decline and maintain a thriving quality of life. However, group socialization also is crucial. This includes peer-to-peer interactions as well as inter-generational engagement, whenever possible. This newsletter from AARP provides some great reasons for why group socialization is helpful both mentally and physically.  This article from describes that socialization also improves memory by providing companionship, an outlet for stress, and an opportunity to maintain strong mental health.

My group life-enhancing sessions typically include 5-10 clients participating in activities that both soothe and stimulate the brain. Each session is 30 minutes in length.

These group sessions are ideal for senior, assisted living, and long-term care facilities that have lean Activities and Recreation staff, to supplement their usual calendar of events.

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