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This holiday season is unlike any other in recent memory due to the Covid pandemic. Things will be different as social distancing and other safety measures become more essential to even small groups of families and friends. Caregivers face a unique situation. They are responsible for the safety of their high-risk clients while also trying to balance their own family and personal obligations.

Trusted Home Health and their dedicated caregivers are ensuring their clients experience a magical holiday season. They serve individuals in Denver, Colorado, and all surrounding counties, which include Adams, Arapahoe, Denver, Douglas, and Jefferson.

Here are seven caregiver tips that can help keep the holidays full of cheer and joy this season:

  • Avoid placing too much expectation on an “all or nothing” way of thinking about the holidays. Instead, allow yourself to appreciate all the good things.
  • Keep lines of communication open.
  • Instead of maintaining all your traditions, choose the safest ones that have the most meaning for you and your loved ones.
  • Keep the holiday cheer alive with festive decorations.
  • Move your traditions into virtual space using video or interactive technology.
  • If you are used to shopping together, then go online and window shop virtually, sharing the experience.
  • Every year is a chance to create new traditions, and 2020 is an excellent time to bring new, exciting ideas to your holiday experience.

The peace of mind that can come from having a solid plan for Christmas and New Year makes it easier for everyone. No matter how you end up celebrating or who it is with Trusted Home Health has worked hard to make sure their clients can be safe without missing out on the yearly events that bring people together. Caregivers are integral to the mental and physical well-being of their clients, and this is another way they can show how much they care.

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