L and engaged.
Do this by making sure you visit your loved one regularly and making them feel encouraged to take part in their activities. Take them to church or other community activities or simply take an outing together. Consider setting the phone’s regular video-call schedule that will help your relative stay connected with friends and family.
Also, you can suggest that your loved one be a part of a group or club which is in line with their interests. There are many communities that offer a range of clubs and organizations that cater to older people including gardening groups or book clubs as well as fitness classes. Encouraging your relative to join any of these organizations could give them an identity and sense of connection, as well as be a chance for them to meet new people.
Make sure they are active and independent
As we get older, it’s natural to experience the loss of both cognitive and physical capacities. It’s essential to be aware that people who are older are able to lead full, independent lives with the right help. If you have an older parent struggling to maintain their independence, you might want to consider ways to keep them in shape and enthusiastic.
Inspire your child to become physically active. This might mean taking walks or bike rides together and joining a gym or even participating in low-impact sports like yoga or tai chi. Regular exercise helps strengthen balance, coordination as well as strength. This can help prevent falls and other injuries.
It is possible for your relative to be encouraged to do the things they are passionate about, which will aid them in remaining independently. Your relative can be encouraged to keep doing the things that they like, for example, cooking and cleaning. If you can help your loved one with their endeavors to preserve their independence, you will aid them to feel more in charge of their lives, and build confidence in themselves.
Aid them with managing chronic health conditions