Minding our Elders: Accepting Reality Precedes Feeling Gratitude
Making Holidays Special for Your Elders No Matter Where They Live

Was Your Thanksgiving Day a Dress Rehearsal?

FatherDaughterThanksgiving is over, and hopefully, most of you who are caregivers were able to enjoy helping your elder celebrate to whatever degree they could. Some of you will have had cheery loved ones, while others just “made it through the day.” Often, with elders who are frail or sick, we really don’t know what a day will bring. When I had multiple elders living in multiple places, each holiday was a challenge. I wanted to give everyone the holidays they were used to, and that, of course, was impossible. Therefore, I was hard on myself.

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