In this episode, I share tips on how caregivers can overcome those holiday blues when you’re alone and away from those you love. The show mentions how to make your days brighter when you start feeling a little dark.
Below are several links to those tips and solutions discussed in this episode. They’re fun and easy to do yourself or with your parents even if they have physical challenges:
Create a Chinese Takeout Smorgasbord, with cake-top sparklers, no-mess tossing streamers, or LED balloons. (I recommend putting these balloons on sticks as they’re easier to have fun with vs. helium inflation).
Invite children into your mom and dad’s home. Open fun gifts together or make gifts with them to share with friends and family members.
Make all sorts of decorated popcorn balls: Recipe for turning them into ornaments you can hang.
Be creative. Get wild and crazy. Ask mom, dad, and all your friends who are caring for someone to join in with ideas and the celebration.
This way you’ll never be alone (until you want to be).
Cheers and happy holidays!
Lots of love, Nancy
Host: Nancy May, Author of How to Survive 911 Medical Emergencies, Step-by-Step Before, During, After! is an expert in managing the path of step-by-step caring for aging parents, even from over 1200 miles away. For a free, fillable File-of-Life go to www.howtosurvive911.com. Nancy is also the Co-Founder of CareManity LLC, and the private FaceBook group, Eldercare Success.
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