Wellness Warrior | Multigenerational playgrounds bring health and socialization to all ages, especially the elderlyWho says kids get to have all the fun? Playing outdoors can and should be for all ages, especially the elderly who need to keep fit and active. All too often, however, a grandparent will take their grandchild to a playground and sit quietly on the sidelines, never gaining the benefits of physical activity. Shouldn’t there be a space where even the more mature among us can frolic and play, or at the very least burn calories and get their heart rates up? As luck will have it, “senior playgrounds” are popping up in the U.S. in recent years, and are especially popular in Europe and Asia. Continue.
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