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5 Activities to Do with a Senior Dad on Father’s Day

Son with senior dad looking through binoculars.

Father’s Day is around the corner, and it is time to start thinking of how you can make it memorable for your senior Dad. Whether your senior Dad is aging in place at home or another place of residence, he deserves a special treat and an opportunity to feel honored and celebrated. 

Here are a few activities you can indulge in on Father’s Day to make your Dad’s day memorable and unique. 

1. Play a Game

If your Dad is most comfortable being at home, then board games would make an excellent choice. Enjoying a game together is the perfect opportunity to bond and socialize with him while at the same time giving your brain a workout. 

2. Look at family photos

Bring family photo albums from your Dad’s childhood and yours.¬†Your Dad will love reliving his memories and providing captions to the photos from his life. Looking at pictures is a form of reminiscence therapy, a cognitive stimulation that can help improve the quality of life for individuals with dementia.

3. Spend time outdoors

Head to the park and let your Dad appreciate some fresh air and the gift of your time. Some clean air and the scenery will do wonders to his mood. More so, taking a short stroll outside in the park also triggers the release of feel-good hormones. This activity will be a great experience and mood booster. 

4. Get creative

Participating in some creative activities is also a great way to spend time with your Dad on Father’s Day. Whether it is sculpting, drawing, or painting, it is a great way to spend time. There are tons of other fun projects that you can immerse yourselves in to create a memorable experience and bond. 

Apart from the social benefits, exploring your creative side also has health benefits like reduced stress and anxiety. 

5. Participate in some charity work 

Helping others is a great way to revive your senior Dad’s sense of purpose. Participate in the local charity events or activities if your father still has good mobility. This will give him the valuable opportunity to give back to the community while giving you a chance to bond. Doing good for others will provide him with a renewed sense of accomplishment.

With the help of Home Health Aides from Assisted Home Care, you can make the most out of your Father’s Day visit without worrying about taking care of tasks around his home. You can spend less time managing your Dad’s care and more time creating cherished and lasting memories.

To learn more about Assisted and the Home Care services we offer, visit www.AssistedCares.com or call us today at 805-949-6555.

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