Elderly Empowerment and Care Center, Ehsan, published on its website the 51st issue of its magazine that covers the affairs and issues of the elderly, it was announced on Tuesday.
The periodical has a special section about the Covid-19 pandemic and its health and psychological implications on the elderly, according to a statement.
It features the precautionary methods and measures taken by Ehsan to reduce the spread of the disease in addition to the awareness campaigns launched to educate the elderly and alleviate the severity of psychological implications of the news about Covid-19.
The magazine also includes medical, health and psychological topics prepared by Ehsan's specialists on how to protect the elderly from Covid-19 and general advice regarding the social and psychological aspects such as taking a break from watching the news and the importance of exercising and meditation, having adequate sleep, relaxation and spending time with family members.
It also highlighted the importance of communicating with others and includes many topics related to the activities implemented by Ehsan and an interview with lawyer and former judge Yussif Al-Zaman about his career, family life and participation in Ehsan's seminars, in addition to elderly rights.
Ehsan decided to release the latest edition of the magazine online in view of the Covid-19 pandemic and in line with the precautionary procedures taken by Qatar. The publication is available on www.ehsan.org.qa
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