Many of us will travel and visit relatives this holiday season. Its a good time to check and make sure your loved one is safe and happy. Here is a recent Masonic Care Community Report with vital information on what you should look for.
For over 120 years, the Masonic Care Community has taken pride in the exceptional care it provides to its residents. At MCC, we not only provide care to those that live here, but we give our residents quality of life through various experiences and activities. Two of our most popular programs, art and music, are often the topic of discussion.
For the next several months, many of us will be dealing with snow and freezing temperatures. For the elderly, this can be a especially difficult time as they are unable to shovel snow and the severe cold can prohibit them from getting outside. Be a good neighbor, check on seniors in your area especially if you notice that snow has not been removed from driveways or walks. Here are some other ways to keep seniors safe this winter
No one plans to get sick, or schedules an accident. Things happen, forcing us to make decisions quickly. In many cases, we are flying blind, we have never been in this situationg before. We just don't know what to do especially when it comes to our loved ones health and wellbeing.