Blog Tag: seniors

Picture of the Sensory Garden at Kingsbrae

Have You Experienced a Sensory Garden?

A sensory garden is a wonderful experience for people of all ages. If you have a child with a sensory processing disorder, sensory sensitivities, or autism, it may be hard to find experiences that are sensory-friendly. Many adults also find environments too busy, noisy and bright. This can lead to sensory overload and feeling anxious

Group of friends eating at a restaurant.

Noise Reduction in Restaurants is Key to Attracting Seniors

Savvy restauranteurs and coffee shop owners know restaurant noise is a problem and often ask, “How can I make my restaurant quieter?” Restaurants are notoriously noisy. Furthermore, many restaurants don’t realize the potential business that they are losing to hard-of-hearing patrons who, rather than speak up about the noise or ask for accommodations, just stop

Senior woman checking out her groceries.

Senior Shopping Hours

More and more stores, shops and essential establishments around the world offer offering special senior shopping hours. It started during COVID-19.  Find help is this blog post focused on senior shopping.  These recommendations apply anytime, regardless of coronavirus or not. Learn easy ways to make shopping senior-friendly. Watch a short (~11 minutes) FREE presentation on

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