You can’t always be there. But we can.
Seniors who are living by themselves may have feelings of isolation, depression, and loneliness without having someone to interact with on a daily basis. Some family members hire senior care professionals to act as a companion for their elderly loved one, as well as someone who will be able to offer as much help with daily tasks as the elder is in need of. Another excellent way to boost the senior’s mood is to take a trip to the zoo or aquarium.
June is National Zoo and Aquarium Month. It is the perfect opportunity to get your loved one out of the house and explore the world outside of their home by going to the zoo and aquarium. If the senior has physical or mental challenges that could affect their trip, being prepared is key.
With these tips, you, your aging parent, and their home care provider will be able to have a stress-free experience that you can all enjoy.
Do not let physical limitations stop your senior parent from going to the zoo and aquarium. Instead, follow these 4 tips in order to better prepare yourselves for the long day.