Keeping in Touch with Elderly Loved Ones When You Live in Separate States

David by David Waddell

Published Wed, Mar 20th 2019, 01:22 | Health

While you may wish that you lived closer to your senior loved one, there are simpler ways an experienced Roseville Home Care provider can recommend for you both to stay connected. It requires some creativity on your part, but the rewards are very worthwhile. Here are a few ideas to get you started.    Host a Conference Party If everyone cannot be present for an important holiday or another event, then consider hosting a conference party. Set up a time for everyone to call a particular number. Then, spend some time visiting with each other. Parties usually work best if one person serves as the moderator.   Log onto Facebook Help your senior loved one create a Facebook account. Then, invite him or her to a special family group. This gives your loved one a space to share what is going on in his or her life. Making the group private allows everyone to share photos securely. This helps people with many different schedules keep up with what is going on easily.   Write Letters You probably already know the joy that comes when you open the mailbox to find a personal letter. These letters can be very important to seniors. You can even create chain letters where everyone shares what is going on in their lives and then sends it on to the next person.   Share Blogs You do not need any computer skills to create a blog that everyone will enjoy. There are many free sites that let you create a personal blog. Share the link with all family members and watch everyone’s activities. Each family member could even be assigned a day of the week to write about what is happening in their family.   Keep Journals Keeping a journal is a great way to keep up with a senior’s activities. You can even create a notebook with different dividers for different things. For example, one area could be set aside for your senior loved one to write anything while another could be set aside for doctor’s notes. Many seniors find it useful to have one area set aside for important bills and receipts. Keeping up with a senior can be difficult for some families. We provide premier live-in and respite home care, Roseville seniors need to age in place with help from a friendly and compassionate caregiver. 


David Waddell is a professional blogger and writer who loves to write about a variety of topics. His main forte is senior care and health and fitness. He follows latest trends and writes about the most effective things. He is currently working for Roseville Home Care.