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Holiday Gift Giving Tips for an Older Loved One
When we're considering gifts for our older loved ones for the holidays, being creative in our choices can help us select a gift with special meaning and value to them. Many older adults have accumulated years' worth of personal possessions, so we don't want to add to the clutter. With a little imagination, we can instead come up with the perfect gift to fit their needs, whether they could use assistance around the house or new ways to stay active.Read More
Holiday Blues and Older Adults
The carols tell us that winter “Tis the season to be jolly,” but this can often be easier said than done. Many people get the holiday blues, and older adults are no exception, especially if they have recently received difficult news or are struggling with their health. The holiday season can often trigger memories of loved ones who have passed away as well. When a loved one is feeling blue, it is more important than ever for us to rally around them, help to contribute a positive atmosphere and find ways for them to create fresh and happy memories.Read More
By Julie Hayes | 12/13/2019
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Bibbo, J. (2019). Pet Loss in Older Adulthood. Pet Loss, Grief, and Therapeutic Interventions: Practitioners Navigating the Human-Animal Bond.
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