Nov 10, 2017 by Garrett Hafler
Having a loved one who is receiving palliative care can be difficult for any family. However, if you have a senior loved one receiving this type of care during the holiday season, it can make this normally festive time of year seem even more challenging. Unfortunately, this is a situation that many seniors and many families find themselves in each and every year. However, just because you are dealing with the difficult realization that your loved one is receiving palliative care during the holidays, it doesn’t mean there aren’t things you can do in order to make your holiday gatherings more positive and memorable for everyone involved. Here are some tips to consider if you have a loved one receiving this type of care during the holidays.
Knowing a senior loved one is receiving palliative care during the holiday season can be particularly difficult for any family member. While no one ever wants to find themselves in this situation, remembering these tips can go a long way in helping you have a more memorable and enjoyable holiday with your special senior loved one.
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