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You’ve always loved the energy and excitement of a theme park, but you outgrew your “need for speed”—or at least your stomach for it—a long time ago. That doesn’t mean you should pass up a trip to Orlando with your kids and grandkids this year. No matter what your age or appetite for adventure, this city still has plenty of thrills in store for you! Epcot® Most travel sites say that Epcot is the most adult-oriented theme park in this city that lives and breathes entertainment. Reports Frommers.com, “Shop, stroll, and dine your way through the nations of the World Showcase, take a behind-the-scenes tour of the park’s horticulture or architecture, or explore the technological- and scientific-themed attractions of Future World.” “Do not miss The Land [in Future World],” writes Orlando Vacations. “This new attraction [Soarin’] provides guests with a phenomenal flyover of California. The movement is quite gentle, just an initial lift followed by a slight swaying of the seats in tandem with the film. Sights, sounds, movement, and even smell combine for a truly amazing experience.” SeaWorld® Voted number one Orlando theme park for seniors by the Undercover Tourist blog, this marine-based zoological and theme park is renowned for its spectacular shows, particularly “One Ocean” and “Blue Horizons.” “Seniors will enjoy the animal encounters, the 360-degree view of Orlando from Sky Tower and the numerous places to cool off,” the blogger recommends. A 65-year-old traveller on TripAdvisor agrees: “The exhibits (shark tunnel, manatees, Arctic, penguins, etc.) were well-done. The water ride Atlantis was exciting and fun (you will get soaked … but it was hot and felt good).” Universal Studios If you’re a […]
During the month of May we celebrate our mothers and recognize the many sacrifices of those who have served our country, but did you know that it’s also Older Americans Month? Older adults are an important part of our society. “Get into the Act” is the theme of this year’s celebration to focus on how older adults are taking charge of their health, getting engaged in their communities, and making a positive impact in the lives of others. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Older Americans Act signed into law by President Lyndon B. Johnson in July 1965. Since that time, the Act has provided a nationwide aging services network and funding that helps older adults live with dignity for as long as possible. These services include home-delivered and congregate meals, caregiver support, community-based assistance, preventive health services, elder abuse prevention, and much more. By promoting and engaging in activity, wellness, and inclusivity, more Americans than ever before can “Get into the Act.” At Retreat Doctors’ Hospital, our goal is to give our older patients sensitive and exemplary care. We hope that their stay in the hospital won’t be long and they can quickly get back to their lives and communities.