When it comes to making New Year’s resolutions, there are usually two types of people: those who can’t wait to get started, and those who think, “Ugh. What’s the point?” But the funny thing is, even if you don’t want to make any for yourself, it can sometimes be a treat to help others with them. And since older adults have goals just like everyone else, why not sit down with them and make some New Year’s resolutions with your loved one to ring in 2016? New Year’s resolutions for seniors can feel tricky at times — health issues like dementia and depression complicate life for many older adults. But if you just ask, you may find that your loved one is already full of ideas about how they’d like to make next year great. And if you find yourself at a loss for ideas, we’ve compiled a few of our favorite resolutions for older adults (and for anyone, really, no matter your age!).