The year-end holidays are upon us. Depending on our traditions, we’ve already celebrated the eight days of Hanukkah. We’re looking forward to the Winter Solstice, Christmas (Orthodox Christmas is January 7), Boxing Day, and Kwaanza.
Knowing how to tailor gift ideas for a caregiver and loved one will make all the difference. Do you buy a physical gift or offer an experience, instead?
If you haven’t yet found the right gift for the caregiver and care recipient in your life, click to read, The Best Holiday Gifts for Caregivers and Care Recipients at U.S. News & World Report.
Dr. Lisa Price (pictured in the white top) shares her experience as a former family caregiver and medical professional with gifts of recognition and time. I address the difference between physical and experiential or service gifts in a caregiver’s life.
Also, The Caregiver’s Voice reminds you to take advantage of our web special to help you Find the JOY with caregiver tools to help you survive and thrive, while clearing the clutter.