Oftentimes, young and middle-aged people remain too engrossed in their professional and social lives. As a result, they spend years in formulating plans to make their retirement as comfortable as possible. However, retirement is often a period where people with active minds and bodies tend to feel restless and frustrated. This is because they simply do not know how to utilise their time in retirement. After all, these individuals have probably spent years in juggling a myriad of activities in their youth. Having to deal with an abundance of time and a paucity of activities can lead to depression. This is why senior living and aged care communities can be invaluable.