Caregiver Connections - December 2014

Caregiver Connections - December 2014

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To Our C.A.R.E. TEAM,

As we prepare to celebrate the winter holidays, our thoughts and best wishes are with you.This is the time of year that makes us feel extra grateful for our team of compassionate caregivers. During these cold months, many people reach out helping hands to others in need. Being a SYNERGY HomeCare caregiver means that you provide this kind of care all year long. Our hearts are filled with gratitude for your ongoing dedication, attentiveness and compassion. This is the greatest gift we could ever receive. Whether you plan on traveling, staying home, or providing care during the holidays, we wish you a safe, happy, warm and healthy holiday season. We look forward to another great year of caregiving in 2015.

Happy HomeCare for the Holidays,



Feeling the Holiday Spirit

We are in the middle of a busy season. Between Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Christmas and the New Year, the "most wonderful time of the year" can whiz by in a blur. It's not uncommon for this hurried holiday season to have a negative emotional impact on you or your clients. Don't let stress, depression or even cold weather get the better of you. Here are some ways to take advantage of the holidays.

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Helping Your Client Go Online

Seniors didn't grow up with the same technology that's widely used today, so not only is it a lot harder for them to learn basic computer skills; but they're also much less likely to even own computers or internet-capable equipment.  By going online and connecting with others through email and social media, seniors may feel less isolated from family members and loved ones. 

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Fun Activities For You And Your Client This Holiday Season

This holiday you might be trying to think of fun ways to spend your time inside the house. The season shouldn't keep you from having a great time, so get creative with your indoor activities this year. If you're an in-home elder care provider, do these fun and silly activities with your client(s) this winter: