The holiday season is a time of joy for most people. Often, it includes reminiscing about childhood years and the nostalgia over years gone by. You might remember dressing up in your Sunday best to go to Grandma’s house where Uncle Bert would tell silly jokes. Maybe your Mom and Dad were the hosts, and everyone came to your house for food, fun, and family time. Just because Mom is in a nursing home, or your parents have moved to a retirement community, does not mean you cannot still enjoy family festivities.
Make the holidays even brighter by bringing Mom and Dad home for the holidays. Preparing and planning for all the meals and family while caring for your loved one may seem overwhelming. The home care professionals at Home Instead Senior Care can step in to help. We support families and their loved ones with a variety of services on a regular or as-needed basis.
Even though your parent is now residing in a health care facility, it does not mean they have to stay there for the holiday season. Here are some suggestions to consider when deciding on how you can share this time with your elderly loved one:
Enjoy the holidays together while reassuring your aged loved one by enlisting the services of a trained caregiver from Home Instead Senior Care Etobicoke. Our caregivers are ready to join in and give you and your family the assistance you need to look after your loved one during the holidays.
Call us at (416) 239-2200 to schedule a no-obligation in-home consultation. Learn more about the compassionate, quality senior care we deliver each day to families in our Etobicoke community.
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