Life-long education can help you to develop cognitive fitness and resilience. From birth and in your senior years, you can often learn. Maintaining physical, mental, and emotional health is essential from the “cradle to the grave.” Life-long education could be as simple as sharing positive affirmations, images, and like exercises with your family or friends. It could also include targetted tutoring support in particular subjects such as:
- Essay Writing
- Language Arts
- Legal Studies
- Management and administration
- Social Studies
You might fear during the pandemic that social practices involving touch and human sharing in close physical environments have literally “gone with the wind”! Face-to-face meetings at sporting and recreational events, visits to cafes, cinemas, and restaurants are much restricted or can’t happen. The growth of physical distancing practices and monitoring have negatively impacted peoples’ health, welfare, and happiness, making it essential for life-long learning to happen online and beyond in other supported environments.