Passport for Wellness is now available on a subscription basis for assisted living facilities, senior centers, and homes with senior caregivers.

The video-streaming program provides entertainment, exercise, and activity content for seniors that aims to challenge them across the spectrum of well-being socially, mentally, and physically.

Each episode is hosted by Hank, the train conductor, who prepares viewers to participate in the activity, then leads a cool-down at the end.

“Passport for Wellness changes the game of active aging,” says Marc Loyd, the program’s co-founder and creator, in a media release. “Each interactive adventure challenges physical mobility, promotes memory recall, and encourages social communication—all of which have been clinically proven to increase long-term wellness outcomes. Just as important, it’s fun, engaging, affordable, and easy to use.”

“The active aging market is on the rise, and our largest generation is getting older,” says Dennis Booth, co-founder and CEO. “As our Baby Boomers continue to age, the need to create efficiencies and improve the standard of care for our seniors also increases.”

Passport for Wellness is available in either Personal or Business versions, on a monthly subscription basis. Each subscription comes with a complimentary 30-day trial.

For more information, visit Passport for Wellness.

[Source(s): Passport for Wellness, PRWeb]