If your loved one lives in a memory care unit or assisted living facility, you probably understand how hard it’s been during COVID-19. Many of the residents within these facilities haven’t been able to share the joy of a warm hug in over a year. Though outdoor visits, spaced six feet apart, are common, most facilities enforce a strict no-touching policy during these times.
As part of Changing the Narrative in Colorado’s on the same page campaign, the Weld County Area Agency on Aging is hosting a virtual session about ageism on Friday, February 26th at 1:00-2:30 pm in partnership with Senior Helpers.
Senior Helpers, the nation's premier provider of in-home senior care, today announced its Senior Helpers of Northern Colorado location was named winner of Best In-Home Senior Care in Northern Colorado by NOCO Style Magazine.
The holidays are a time of joyfulness and connection. However, when we are in charge of planning, holidays can also be stressful and anxiety ridden. Especially during COVID-19, the holiday season cause many emotions and fears to creep in.
The coronavirus pandemic isn’t going away any time soon, and, due to its repercussions, we need to prepare for the long-term effects. This means that we need to start coming up with long-term solutions in our homes. If you used companies in your home in the past, it might be time to start accepting them back in for specific reasons.
Listen to owner Gil Atanasoff’s radio interview on Pirate 93.5 FM, during their Crack O’ Dawn Morning Show with Cap’n G and his Cruise Director.