Three Benefits of Seniors Owning a Houseplant
Every senior, whether in assisted living or retirement, should own a houseplant. Here are three major benefits of owning a houseplant:
- Houseplants produce oxygen and clean the air
- Houseplants are proven to provide sensory therapy
- Taking care of a houseplant promotes a sense of responsibility and accomplishment
We found a great list of houseplants that are recommended to help those in senior living. To name a few, Aloe Vera, English Ivy, and a spider plant are plants that may improve your Mom or Dad’s health. See the complete list by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2XVvWtO
Visit All Seniors Care Living Centres website for more detailed benefits owning houseplants. Click: https://www.allseniorscare.com/blog/houseplants-aquariums-surprising-benefits-for-seniors/
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