Even though your elderly parent is living at home, this does not mean that they should spend every day there. Our companionship services can accompany elderly clients anywhere.
Your elderly parents can take their time exploring the museum and examining sculptures, relics, and works of art. This gives them a chance to get out of the house and stimulates their brains. Museums are a great place to go all year round because they can accommodate wheelchairs and walkers.
- Local Park
Parks in the area are a free way to have fun and meet new people and bring the community together. Our caregivers can go with your elderly parent to hang out with other people and catch up with old friends and acquaintances from the neighborhood.
- Place of Worship
If your elderly parent adheres to a particular religion, they should still be able to go. When you take an elderly relative or loved one to their place of worship, you give them the opportunity to leave the house, practice their faith, dress appropriately, and meet new people or see old ones.
Letting them spend a few minutes in the sun and the fresh air in the backyard will help seniors feel better. No one needs to be cooped up in their room or house the entire day since it prompts claustrophobia, winter blues, uneasiness, lower confidence, misery, and a sensation of disengagement.
If you are too busy to accompany your elderly parent anywhere, you can entrust their care to Gail’s Homecare, a trusted provider of elderly care in Lithonia, Georgia.