Autumn is a glorious time of year. The foliage on trees is something to behold in many areas of the country. The chill in the air also brings with it the sense of excitement as the holidays are just around the corner. This can be a bittersweet time when you are caring for an Alzheimer’s patient. On good days, you may remember how much your mother enjoyed Christmas. On bad days, you may wonder if it is worth taking time to celebrate. The good news is that you can still have a grand time with your loved one.
Adapt family rituals and traditions so that everyone can still enjoy the upcoming holiday season, including your senior. The additional assistance you can get with a personal support work from Home Instead Senior Care can help alleviate with the day-to-day duties throughout the year. We provide assistance with respite care, home health care for Alzheimer’s patients, companionship, or personal care. You and your family need extra support during this trying time. We’re here to help.
You may not be able to have your mom bake her famous peanut butter cookies or watch her elaborate gift wrapping skills, but the holidays can still be a fabulous time. Try these tips:
Make new holiday memories by taking simple steps to prepare your senior, your guests, and yourself. Enlist in the help of a qualified caregiver from Home Instead Senior Care Brampton. Our team is happy to help you and your loved one with dementia care, Alzheimer’s care, or any of our additional senior care services. We enjoy serving families and have several resources to help you through this season of life.
Call us at (905) 463-0860 to schedule a no-obligation in-home consultation. Learn more about the compassionate, quality home care for seniors we deliver each day to families in the Brampton, Caledon, Woodbridge, Halton Hills (Georgetown) area.
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