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How to Care for Your Ageing Parents During the Covid-19 Pandemic?

June 1, 2021

Categories : Senior Health Tips

Senior Citizen Homes in Bangalore

Caring for your ageing parents can be challenging during the best of times but the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has made things more complicated. As older adults are more vulnerable to the infection, it becomes all the more important for you to take extra precautions to keep them safe.   As one of the leading senior living homes in Bangalore, we share with you a few tips that will help you to care for your ageing parents:   Be calm and proactive: It is important that your parents know all the COVID-19 related safety protocols. Make sure that they do not step out for errands. Ensure that they follow all safety protocols such as washing their hands frequently and practising adequate hygiene. Plan their food supplies and essentials:  Going out for supplies increases the risk of infection. You can help your parents by listing down all their requirements and make delivery arrangements for meals, medicines, and all their essentials. If possible, you also help plan their meals. Planning nourishing and wholesome meals will ensure that they do not rely on take-out meals. Encourage them to pick a new hobby: The Covid-19 pandemic has put many restrictions. Not being able to meet their friends and family can take an emotional toll on seniors. You can help your parents by introducing them to the online world. Help them pick their favourite activity and join an online community to stay connected with you and other family members. There are many book reading communities, yoga clubs, and cooking groups available online that will definitely help your parents to spend their time in a positive way. Keep an eye on medication: You must make sure that your parents are not skipping their regular medications. To help them take their medications on time, you can set a timely reminder or leave them hand-written notes on a wall calendar or a day planner. Send emails if your parents are technically savvy or even setting an alarm on a clock will prompt them to take their pills at the right time. Stay in constant touch: Expressing love to our parents is unquestionably important to keep them out of the whirlwind of negative thinking. Little gestures of love and care could go a long way to help them cope with these difficult times. Listen to them, hug them, and if you are living miles apart, use technology to bridge the gap. Encourage them to exercise: Never underestimate the importance of physical exercise. While the pandemic has forced your parents to stay indoors, encouraging them to engage in regular exercise will act as a rejuvenation of mind and body. Walking around the house, taking care of the plants, or engaging in meditative activities such as yoga can be beneficial for their overall health.  As one of the leading senior citizen homes in Bangalore, we have facilities such as a well-maintained community garden, swimming pool, clubhouse with arrangement for indoor games, and library with computer and internet access that help give our residents something to look forward to each day.

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Winter Activities to do with Your Grandkids in Bangalore

April 21, 2021

Categories : Senior Living Tips

senior citizen home in Bangalore

Bangalore is pleasant nearly throughout the year. If you’re looking for fun things to do with grandkids, you are on the right page. As a leading senior citizen home in Bangalore, we have curated a list of activities that will warm your and your grandkids’ hearts: Go for a wildlife safari: Create lifelong memories on a safari through Bangalore’s Bannerghatta Biological Park. Observing wild animals in their natural habitat is something that you and your grandchildren will love. Hire a private safari vehicle and a guide for a knowledgeable and fun experience. Explore historical places: Rich in heritage and culture, Bangalore is not just about IT parks, the city is home to several palaces and forts. Plan a day trip with your grandchildren to explore iconic historical monuments like the Tipu Sultan Fort, Bangalore Fort, Mayo Hall, Lal Bagh and St Mark’s Cathedral. The majesty of these buildings and their architecture will leave you in awe. Enjoy a panoramic view of the Bangalore Race Course and the Brigade Grounds from Mayo Hall. Go for street shopping: If your grandchildren love shopping, the city offers some great markets in Commercial Street and Brigade Road where they can buy budget apparel and funky jewellery. When it comes to shopping in Bangalore, you and your grandkids will be spoilt for choice. Not just that, the markets are dotted with quick eating places. From idlis to pizzas, you will find a lot of places where you can satiate your hankering for something delicious. Spend an evening at the parks and lakes: There is no dearth of sprawling and lush green areas in Bangalore. The city of gardens and lakes offers you plenty of open spaces where you can play with your grandchildren without any worry. Boat rides, photography, strolling around the lakes and bird watching – there’s no dull moment in Bangalore. Join art classes together: Most children love to get crafty! There are several art classes that you can join with your grandkids and discover the inner artists in you. While your grandchildren will get to learn something new, you will enjoy health benefits like -improved cognitive function, keeping stress at bay and an opportunity to socialise with others.

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2999, 12th A Main Road,
HAL 2nd Stage Indiranagar,
Bengaluru - 560008
Phone: +91 80 4018 1000