Celebrating Birthdays in Senior Living

Celebrating Birthdays in Senior Living



Everyone wants to be celebrated on their birthday. No matter what age. Celebrating Mom and Dad in their community or wherever they may be can be done fun and creatively.

Below are some ways to make any birthday special:
  1. Make a "Happy Birthday" sign for their home or room
  2. Bake or deliver them a cake
  3. Call or video chat to send personal birthday wishes
  4. Give or send a gift that's meaningful to them
For more senior living or assisted living birthday celebration ideas visit:  https://www.goldencarers.com/8-ways-to-celebrate-birthdays-in-senior-care-homes/5362/

Get in contact with your Mom or Dad's living community, friends, or other family and come together to make their day special.

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