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Written by: Michael Bolton on Thursday, November 14, 2013 Posted in:

The season of giving is fast approaching, and there is no better time to remember our elderly and disabled neighbors.  Helping this community stay in their homes and communities can be greatly aided by the generosity of loved ones, friends and neighbors.  Not to mention the simple act of kindness that can help make the holiday that much brighter.

Seniors Enjoy Company Around the Holidays

Many local community organizations and Area Agencies on Aging offer seasonal programs for volunteers to help the elderly and disabled in the community.  Some of these programs include:

In a recent blog post, Home Care Pulse, The Pulse of Private Duty Home Care, offers a number of ideas for helping seniors – and ways to make their holidays special this year.

Raking Leaves

Finding opportunities to help in your community this holiday season can help someone feel included and happy during the holidays – and it may even help them to stay in their homes a little longer.