We all leave our old parents and grandparents parents home all alone and run towards our colleges or offices. It is risky to leave them alone as they struggle with old age and several other issues. Here are few tips which will definitely make a difference!
Give them some entertainment gadgets!
We all know they are undergoing a tender age. Staying alone makes them feel miserable. Gift them some entertainment gadgets so that they can indulge themselves into some thing which soothes them. Gift them bluetooth speakers which can be connected to television or mobile phones so that they can watch their favourite songs, bhajans or films. Caravan is another great option!
Look after their security
Because everything has gone all right till date doesn’t mean that future is also secure. One should be practically prepared for all adverse times. Arrange CCTVs and connect them with your phones. Prepare someone whom you can contact in an emergency and who can run immediately to the house in your absence. Or you can always ask them wear special watches which can update you regularly.
Make it easier for them!
Arrange soft mattresses for them or arrange hard beds as per their requirements. Add holders in washrooms so that they can hold them to sit and get up while being on toilet seats. Put washroom mats in the entire washroom so that they don’t slip while bathing. The mats can always be dried later. Use non slippery rugs. Put hooks a little lower than usual height from where they can hang clothes so that they don’t have to rise at greater heights.
Arrange stuff of their interest
If they love to read newspaper, arrange it for them. If they love gardening, provide them a small area for the same. It can be a kitchen garden too. Arrange a driver for them if they want to catch up their friends. Let them do whatever they like and arrange things so that in free time when you are not not around, they can spend time with their hobbies.
Remember, the entire life they looked after you and raised you. It is your time to give them a good life at such a tender age.