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How to Show Love and Support for Elderly Family Members

It’s important to treat your elderly family members with love and devotion. Every minute you have with relatives is incredibly precious, after all. If you want to make sure your family members know exactly how important they are to you, you can put your adoration for them on display in a variety of ways. Don’t be afraid to prove your dedication to the people who mean the most to you.

Spend Time with Them on a Regular Basis

Daily life can be incredibly busy. It can be easy to get caught up in the whirlwind of it all. If you want to show your elderly relatives that you cherish them, you should take time out of your jam-packed schedule to spend quality time with them. Call them on the phone simply to say hello. It doesn’t matter if you only talk for five minutes. Make arrangements to have dinner at a local restaurant with them from time to time. The little things can go a long way.

Help Them Take Care of Basic Household Duties

Handling household errands can often be taxing on elderly bodies. If you want to simplify life for an elderly family member, you can make a point to help him or her with routine household tasks. Volunteer to do the laundry for your family member any time you can. Take out the trash for him or her once a week. You can even stop by with a nice home-cooked dinner.

Help Them Explore In-Home Healthcare Service Options

In-home health care services can be a massive help to elderly individuals who have medical concerns. If you want to support an elderly family member, you can help him or her learn about choices in these services. These kind of in-home health care services can be suitable for elderly individuals who can benefit from assistance with meal preparation duties, housekeeping and beyond. They’re also suitable for older people who want to enjoy friendly interactions with others.

Reach out to Them

You can show your elderly family member that you care by simply making a point to reach out. Ask him or her what you can do to make life easier. Make sure your family member knows that you’re always available and willing to help. That piece of knowledge can be immensely comforting.

Life can be chaotic. That doesn’t mean that there’s no time to put your familial love on display. When there’s a will, there’s a way.

Tim Esterdahl

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Save The Date: POP THE TRUNK FOOD DRIVE

When: Sunday June 28, 2020, 11am to 2pm

Where: Clement Park, 7306 W. Bowles Ave Littleton, 80127

What: A Contact-less Food Drive to benefit the IFCS. Non-perishable, hygiene, and paper product grocery items will be collected.

Check out our news in the Littleton Independent.

https://littletonindependent.net/stories/ifcs-food-bank-feeding-the-masses-despite-plunging-donations,299770

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