Seniors, Keep Reading!

Seniors-Keep-Reading

There’s nothing wrong with watching TV, of course. But don’t you sometimes wish there was something else you can do? Some other activity that can stimulate your mind and perhaps, even lead you to try new things?

Well, you can have all that by reading books.

  • Reading books provides excitement.

    Have you ever wanted to visit the Grand Canyon or the Niagara Falls? Well, now you can. And you don’t have to leave your seat either. Several authors can write so well that they can vividly describe the whole scenery, ambiance, and vibe of a famous spot on one page. A well-written novel is more than enough to transport you to the location itself and give you the experience of a lifetime.

    Why don’t you give it a try and see how well it works out for you? You’ll be surprised it’s hard to put the book down once you get absorbed into the story!

  • Reading books improves grammar and vocabulary.

    Have you ever had the experience when you read a book and saw a word you have never encountered before? There’s nothing wrong about that, of course. In fact, you could even use it to your advantage. Why? Because that unfamiliar world will now be added to your extensive vocabulary! You can either determine its meaning by checking the context clues or you can just check a dictionary.

    Think of reading books as a hobby where you can enjoy while you touch up your language skills at the same time. That’s like killing two birds with one stone!

  • Reading books enhances knowledge.

    A lot of books contain factual data that you can use in everyday life (take books about cooking, gardening or pet care for example.).

    However, if you are fond of fiction novels, don’t sit yourself out just yet. Sure fiction books may not thrive on actual facts, but you get to learn about philosophy, social sciences, psychology, mythology, and other things instead!

  • Reading books offers an opportunity for self-discovery.

    What interests do you have? There are a lot of books out there that can help you explore those. Some books might even help you get started on a new hobby or change your perception on a certain topic. All you have to do is keep an open mind and you’ll get to see a new side to yourself in the process.

  • Reading books makes time pass more productively.

    If you don’t like flipping through the pages to follow a story or content, there are now digital version of books where you can adjust the font. There are even audio versions of books where you can just listen to it while doing other tasks!

    Reading is a fun activity you shouldn’t miss out on.

    At-Home Care Services (a provider of home care services in West Hartford, Connecticut) can offer support at home by providing you with a personal care assistant in Connecticut. That way, you can read comfortably to your heart’s content!

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