Wellness is a general state of good health but is consciously altered by the choices an individual makes. Wellness impacts one’s quality of life and is most certainly important to all aging adults.
There are many dimensions of wellness which interact to influence one’s life. Some examples of wellness include physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual. A wealth of wellness services are available in the community which help older adults achieve the highest level of optimal health.
Lifestyle means a way of life and in the context of the resources listed here, lifestyle pertains to services and alternatives for enhancing one’s life.