Christmas may look a little different this year due to the Pandemic, but you can still celebrate and enjoy your family, even if it’s virtually. Let’s talk about a few ways you (and the older adults in your life) can celebrate Christmas this year!
Gift giving can be difficult at times, and shopping for gifts can be a challenge indeed. Are you having difficulty thinking up Christmas gift ideas for the older adults in your life? Thankfully, DailyCaring has put together a fantastic list of ideas for this holiday season.
Some of their suggestions include:
- Photo albums and keepsake gifts of close friends and relatives
- A portable boom box that can play CDs, cassettes, and has an AM/FM radio. DailyCaring suggests putting stickers on the on/off buttons to simply controls.
- Jigsaw puzzles and large print playing cards.
Looking for some more gift ideas? Check out DailyCaring’s list here.
Enjoying a movie at home is a great, safe way to have fun this Christmas season. While we all have some old favorites we watch this time of year (Christmas vacation, anyone? ) the folks at Good Housekeeping have made a fantastic list of the 70 greatest Christmas movies, which you can read by clicking here.