Father’s Day is an opportunity to express gratitude to all the amazing fathers and grandfathers who have helped raise, support and care for us. During a time when we’re forced to create social distance between the ones we love, many older adults are feeling more isolated than ever.
Home Instead Senior Care gerontologist and caregiver advocate, Lakelyn Hogan noted, “These past few months have been particularly difficult for many older adults, especially those who live alone. Feelings of disappointment and nostalgia are perfectly natural as we’re reminded of what’s been lost or changed. But, with a little creativity, we can still find joy this Father’s Day and celebrate your loved ones while staying safe.”
While many of us are unable to celebrate in-person with our families that doesn’t mean we can’t honor the holiday in other special ways.
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While holidays look a little different this year for families around the world, there are still plenty of ways to get creative and make this June 21 one to remember. For additional tips on enhancing the lives of older adults in your life, visit