We’re welcoming brighter days while continuing to promote health and safety.
Decking the halls or hosting seasonal celebrations can present a time management challenge for all of us. For already overwhelmed caregivers, however, the added pressures of the season can be downright exhausting.
Four in ten family caregivers say they just can’t manage it all on their own when the holidays roll around. Not asking for help can cause caregivers to withdraw and avoid celebrating the holidays altogether.
But caregivers deserve to celebrate the holidays, too. They need time to relax and enjoy family and friends.
Here are a few ways caregivers can participate in the holidays without experiencing burnout or depression.
Preventing Holiday Related Caregiver Overload
Sunrise Senior Living Welcomes Holiday Visitors
We know families often use the holiday season as a time to assess and plan for a senior loved one’s health and wellness needs. Many times, that includes touring local assisted living communities.
If your family will be researching senior living options for someone you love, we invite you to visit Sunrise. Our communities look and feel especially festive during the holidays! Call a Sunrise community near you to arrange a private tour.