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National Senior Citizens Day

Updated: Aug 3, 2020

According to Pew Research Center, 27% of adults age 60 years or older live alone. These older adults usually do not receive much attention or supervision from their families or loved ones for a multitude of reasons.

Senior citizens are some of the most vulnerable individuals in our communities, often times relying on others to take care of them, accommodate them, and help them in their daily life. On August 21st, 2020 it is National Senior Citizens Day. This day is dedicated to honoring the lives and contributions the older generation has provided their communities, families, and loved ones.

Below are some ways you can show your appreciation and care for the elderly not only today but every day!

  • Make a video interviewing your neighbor or grandparents asking them different questions about their life. Click here for great interview questions!

  • Cook with your grandparents. Learn how to cook their favorite meal with them and then sit down to enjoy it together.

  • Offer to do yardwork for your neighbor or grandparents. They will always appreciate an extra hand to help with household chores.

  • Mail them a greeting card/thinking of you card! Senior citizens often spend a lot of time alone - mailing them a card can really brighten their day. Click here to learn about how you can easily send cards.

  • Learn a new game! Teach your grandparents or neighbor about a new board/card game. They will really enjoy your company.

  • Give them a call! Calling your grandparents or loved ones at least once a week will allow you to stay in touch with anything they might need.

It is important to check in on older adults and loved ones who might live alone. If you are concerned about your loved one, give us a call at 412-344-4100 or click here to learn more about our private care options.


About Advanced Home Health

Advanced Home Health is a local, family-owned, home health and home care provider located in Western PA, servicing Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Lawrence

and Washington Counties.

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