Senior Focus

As park and recreation professionals, we know it’s easy to plan programs for children and families–just organize some wild games, teach a new class, or lead an activity involving fun and food. However, planning for seniors takes more thought and effort. While many seniors today are no longer content to sit in rocking chairs knitting stockings, some seniors do need a “scaled down” version of activities from their younger years. So, take some of these programming ideas from the following …


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