Adjusting to A New Home for The Holidays

To help residents feel at home during their first holiday with us, our staff coordinates a variety of activities that provide new experiences and traditions.

To help residents feel at home during their first holiday with us, our staff coordinates a variety of activities that provide new experiences and traditions.

Making the decisions to move your loved one to a Skilled Nursing or Assisted Living facility is tough – a role reversal that is impossible to prepare for, yet necessary for continued health and well being.  The holiday season makes this transition even more difficult, and that’s why the staff at Senior Care Centers goes the extra mile to make this experience for your loved one as smooth and uplifting as possible during the holiday season.

To help residents feel at home during their first holiday with us, our staff coordinates a variety of activities that provide new experiences and traditions. The goal is to encourage residents to interact with others, build relationships and feel a new sense of community that treasures them like family.

By caring from the inside out, we aim to not only preserve the memories of the past, but also to create new memories with our residents while they’re with us. For some seniors, this may take a little more motivation but with your encouragement and our care they can do it.

Contact your loved one’s Skilled Nursing or Assisted Living facility to find out the dates of the events and activities this holiday season.

If you have any questions about our services or what we do to help your loved one make this transition, feel free to contact Senior Care Centers, or send us a comment below.

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3 Responses to Adjusting to A New Home for The Holidays

  1. Doing something new is quite a challenge especially for our seniors. The same can also be said when they will need to be transferred to a new environment or setup. – James

  2. William Son says:

    “Excitement and adventure is life”, my grandpa prove this quite true. Adjusting to a new home is difficult but I think this is a best part of life. Elders really enjoyed new home and new people at new place.

  3. DanaA says:

    Yea, choosing a senior assisted living might be challenging; but i say it is the most comfortable place for seniors that want to live independent. My grand parents has been in senior care home in California as they were obsessed with independent life. I found them very happy and joyful there than they were in home. Saw that grace on their faces like they used to be with my mom who is no more! :(

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