Best Hobbies for Seniors

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Senior woman painting.

Senior woman painting.

Best Hobbies for Seniors

Hobbies can be a fun and exciting part of your everyday life. Hobbies are something you do for enjoyment, but it can also be something that makes you feel productive as well. If you are an older adult looking for a great way to occupy some of your free time, check out some of the great hobbies below.

  • Volunteer Work – Volunteering can be a hobby that is both fun and meaningful. There are endless ways to give back to a community through volunteering. You could volunteer at your church, hospital, a school, a non-profit organization, or even at a library. There are many places who would love the assistance with their work or different events they offer. You can look into options that are right in your neighborhood.

 

  • Artistic Hobbies – When it comes to using art and craft skills, there are a lot of hobbies that can be fun to do while you create something meaningful. Many adults enjoy painting, making pottery, designing jewelry, quilting, and more. If you have some artistic abilities, you may want to take up one of these activities as a hobby.

 

  • Clubs – Being part of a club could be another great hobby. A club is a great hobby because you will be socializing with people who have a shared interest. You could join or start a book club with some fellow readers to enjoy books you love and people you love. There are also card clubs, fitness clubs, and more.

 

  • Exercise – Many people think of exercise as something that has to be intense or painful, but that is not true. There is an exercise type for each individual. Your exercise could be going for a walk around town or taking a basic yoga class. Whatever fitness level you are at, you can find some exercises that can make you healthier and happier. Check out our at-home exercise program here.

 

  • Gardening – Another option for a hobby is gardening. Gardening is a great hobby because it is good for you mentally and physically. With gardening, you have to think about the types of plants you are growing and what they need, and you also get to be physically active as you take care of your plants.

Those were just a few options for hobbies for older adults. Rosewood Care Center offers several different programs to help your loved ones with things they may need help with. Rosewood offers senior living, as well as physical therapy services, occupational therapy services, and more. If you have any questions about how we could help you or someone you love, reach out to us today by finding a Rosewood location near you!