Remember Loved Ones in Long-Term Care During Holidays

By Cherrie Nutley, SWODA Ombudsman Supervisor – As we near the big holidays of this year please remember your loved ones in long-term care. Visitation is open and most facilities are no longer requiring the lengthy screening procedures, and many are now mask free.Check with your loved one’s facility to see the schedule of holiday events. Many have a Thanksgiving Meal and gathering time for family and friends and the same with Christmas.Be mindful of gifts to give loved ones in long-term care that they can use and enjoy. Some items always requested are lap robes, socks, house shoes, lotion,…

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