Monthly Archives: November 2013

Watching and waiting

Today work will be interesting and quick because I only have to work a couple of hours, there will be plenty of activity to look forward to and the hustle and bustle of Black Friday to pay attention to. It … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving Seniors

I certainly hope that the seniors in my care have had a wonderful, safe, loving and fulfilling Thanksgiving. I know that my tummy is full, I am happy to have my family together and my psyche is relieved to know … Continue reading

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Good news to be thankful for

Many times when a change occurs in a senior’s physical characteristics, the questions that mount up in their mind weigh heavily. It is a great day when a doctor confirms that the issue is nothing to worry about – just … Continue reading

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Are you thankful?

Just as I have been going over for the past few days, some seniors are not thankful when there is simply nothing to be thankful for. Some have some pretty serious illnesses and disabilities which defer away the excitement of … Continue reading

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Holiday entertainment

Sometimes you may feel as though you are planning a party for someone much younger as the older generation just seems to thrive on the simpler things in life. Games and activities should be age appropriate, but depending on the … Continue reading

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Working toward a bountiful day

Over the past few days, I have lent information about how to involve either one senior or a group of seniors in the process of the Thanksgiving holiday. Sadly enough, too many elders are left alone during the holiday season, … Continue reading

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The younger the better!

As I stated earlier, elderly individuals love children and sometimes have no resource to being around them. Celebrating Thanksgiving with children can build a renewed spirit and give seniors a spring back to their step! It is a great way … Continue reading

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