Elder Care in Mesa AZ: Planning a Bowling Outing with Your Loved One during Learn to Bowl Month


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Planning a Bowling Outing with Your Loved One during Learn to Bowl Month

Elder Care in Mesa AZ

Elder Care in Mesa AZOctober is Learn to Bowl Month. As a family caregiver this is a great opportunity for you to get out with your aging parent and spend some quality time enjoying an activity that is physically active but also fun. This will boost their health and wellbeing, help you to pursue care goals, and create memories that you can cherish into the future. Engaging in these types of activities regularly helps to bring extra meaning to your care journey with your parent and encourages you to be the highest quality caregiver possible for your aging parent. They are also a wonderful way to help your senior connect with your children in a meaningful way, helping to boost their relationship and enabling you to maximize the value of your caregiver time.

Use these tips to help you plan a bowling outing with your loved one and the rest of your family during Learn to Bowl Month:

• Go during an off-peak time. Contact your local alley and find out when the busiest times are so that you can plan to go at a different time. Going when the alley is extremely busy can cause anxiety for your aging parent and may make it more difficult to concentrate with all of the noise and chaos. It can also limit your time and make you feel rushed.

• Dress appropriately. Make sure that your aging loved one wears something that is comfortable and easy to move in so that they are able to safely and easily handle the motions of bowling. It is also important that they wear socks so that they can wear the rented shoes. When renting their shoes, be sure to ask for the correct size and have your parent try them on so that they are not at increased fall risk by wearing ill-fitting shoes.

• Use bumpers. If your elderly adult struggles with cognitive or physical limitations, consider having them bowl on a lane with bumpers. This is also beneficial if you are bowling with young children. The bumpers will make them more successful at the game, giving them a mental and emotional boost and making the entire experience more enjoyable for everyone.

If you are looking for fun ways for your aging parent to get more active and enjoy a more varied and engaged lifestyle, this may be the ideal time for you to consider starting elder care for them. An elderly home care services provider is not just about a person coming in to evaluate your parent’s physical needs and provide care and assistance to address those needs, while that is a valuable part of elder care. Instead, this type of care is designed as a whole-senior approach, meaning that the care provider will be putting effort into helping your parent to maintain good mental, emotional, and physical health and wellbeing through an approach to care designed to keep them safe, healthy, active, comfortable, happy, and as independent as possible.

If you or an aging loved one are considering elder care in Mesa, AZ, please contact the caring staff at SYNERGY HomeCare today: 480-377-6770.

Mike Endredy, Owner
Mike has been involved with home care for the last 11 years as the owner of SYNERGY HomeCare of the East Valley (Phoenix AZ). 
Mike was brought to the home care industry like many folks through a need to care for my father near the end of his life. 
"Although my mother was the primary caregiver there was not a service to use that can offer relief for my mother and from 2,000 miles away I was not able to provide the care personally he needed.  It was however, a few years after my father's passing that I personally decided to change careers, leaving a career in engineering.  I have never looked back.  Making a difference in people's lives changes you more profoundly than anything and I love that experience.  In the eleven years of making a difference my exceptional team of caregivers and staff have made a difference through providing over 2 million hours worth of care.  This journey is just beginning.  Making a difference in somebody's life or a family members life is why I do what I do.  The hurdles, the heartbreak and the pain that comes makes me stronger and more determined to help another. " - Mike Endredy


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