Fourth of July is a time to celebrate our country and get together with friends and families. There are countless BBQs, beach and lake outings, as well as outdoor events. We came across some tips for making the fourth fun for you and your elderly loved ones from Care2.com and thought we would share some of the information.
The list of tips include researching and talking to the hosts to find out what type of set there will be, questions like:
Will be a shaded area or air conditioning access?
Is the yard or grounds wheelchair accessible?
What type of seating will there be?
Also looking into what the weather will be like for clothing and sunscreen purposes.
Read more of the tips on how to prepare for some of the answers above and also how to make the party fun for your aging loved one by helping them to be social and comfortable. Find them here at Care2 – 14 Tips on How to Make Fourth of July Fun for You and Your Elderly Loved Ones