RESTORE Air Hockey

New RESTORE-Skills Game: Air Hockey

🚨 Hey, RESTORE fans. We're thrilled to announce the launch of our latest game: Air Hockey! 🚨

Air Hockey is more than just a fun and challenging game. It offers fantastic benefits for individuals working on sit-to-stand or functional reach skills. To succeed, players must maintain a stable and balanced stance while stretching to hit the puck. This movement pattern will help to improve coordination, balance, and overall mobility, making it an excellent addition to any therapy routine.

In addition to the physical benefits, Air Hockey is also an excellent tool for combating social isolation. Individuals can play against each other, encouraging social interaction and communication. It's truly a great way to connect with others and foster a sense of community. This virtual spin on a classic game is the perfect activity for 1:1 therapy sessions, group activities, or as a fun game to play with family during visitation.

The fast-paced gameplay will keep your residents motivated. With its realistic physics and adjustable difficulty levels, the game can be tailored to each player's skill level. Such customization provides a rewarding experience for all participants. Whether you want to improve hand-eye coordination or find a fun way to socialize, Air Hockey is an excellent choice. We are confident that this new game will become a favorite among RESTORE-Skills users and provide an engaging and valuable experience for residents and members alike.

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McKnights: 8 social factors that lead to an early death in seniors

Hello RESTOREtribe,

When it comes to predicting longevity, we often focus on medical conditions such as heart disease, cancer, or diabetes. However, a recent study by researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School found that social factors can be just as important as medical conditions in determining how long we live.

Researchers ID 8 social factors that lead to early death in seniors

 The eight social factors studied were poor neighborhood cleanliness, low perceived control over financial situation, meeting with children less than yearly, not working for pay, not active with children, not volunteering, feeling isolated, and being treated with less courtesy or respect.

Lead author Sachin J. Shah, MD, MPH, a physician-scientist at MGH and Harvard Medical School, notes that the study highlights the importance of social factors in our lives. “We often overemphasize the importance of medical conditions when thinking about longevity. This research demonstrates that our social lives are as important as medical conditions.”

The study has important implications for healthcare professionals, policymakers, and individuals themselves. Healthcare professionals should consider social factors when assessing the health and wellbeing of their patients, and policymakers should invest in programs and policies that support social engagement and community building. In conclusion, the study underscores the importance of social factors in determining how long we live.

RESTORE-Skills is an online platform that offers a wide range of interactive activities for older adults to engage in, including games, videos, and exercises that can help improve cognitive and physical abilities. In addition to promoting physical and cognitive health, RESTORE can also help combat social isolation. Older adults can connect with friends, family members, and other users to participate in group activities, challenge each other, and share experiences. This helps older adults stay connected and active, promoting better health outcomes and a higher quality of life.

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