Supporting senior citizens has become a crucial issue in our ageing societies. Advances in medicine and quality of life have enabled many people to live longer, but this has also created new challenges. To meet the specific needs of the elderly, specially adapted support programs have been set up.
Keep fit at any age: gentle exercise, balance and fall prevention, muscle strengthening, flexibility, joint mobility and breathing.
Accompanied by therapists specialized in physical activity adapted to seniors.
The class ends with a return to calm where we work on your amplitude of movement to improve your ease in everyday life, as well as some static stretching to restore the natural curvature of your muscles. This class will enable you to develop and maintain your thighs, buttocks, abdominals, arms and back over the course of the sessions, while improving your posture, developing strength and stability in your movements, and reducing the tension accumulated in your daily life…
There are a number of reasons why support for seniors is essential. Firstly, it helps to improve their quality of life by providing personalized assistance tailored to their specific needs. As people age, they may find it difficult to perform everyday tasks, and support can help them maintain their independence for as long as possible.
What’s more, support for senior citizens aims to combat social isolation, a common problem among the elderly. By creating social links and offering adapted activities, these programs help prevent depression and promote better mental health.
Senior care is primarily aimed at the elderly, generally aged 65 and over. However, it can also be of interest to younger people with chronic illnesses or age-related disabilities. Companionship programs are designed to adapt to the specific needs of each individual, whether a healthy person requiring simple companionship or one requiring more complex medical care.
In conclusion, support for senior citizens is an essential element in improving their quality of life, preventing social isolation and supporting families. Thanks to tailored programs and dedicated teams, senior care enables our elders to live out their golden years in dignity and well-being.
Avenue de la Couronne 328,
1050 Ixelles, Belgium.
Public transport: Bus 59, 73, 95. Streetcars 2, 6, 7, 25, 81. Etterbeek train station
Phone: +32 473 241 392