Physical therapy usually isn't the most enjoyable part of a senior's day.
As old age causes the body to become weaker and prone to aches, the prospect of physical exercise can be less than appealing.
But this does not always have to be the case
Jackie Waits, activities director at the Masonic Home of Shelbyville, said when seniors are given the proper motivation, it is amazing to see what they can do.
About a month ago, Waits started using a Wii video game system as an option for physical activities for residents.
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