Safely Resume Activities in the New Normal


We all want to stay safe and connected.

With cities across the United States easing restrictions and lifting stay-at-home orders, many family caregivers may be wondering if it is safe for seniors to venture out? There is still a high coronavirus risk to older adults, but there are ways to help them get out of the house and resume activities in the new normal while keeping them safe and healthy.

We put together some helpful tips on how to test the waters and safely ease back into social activities while minimizing coronavirus exposure.

This piece was originally featured on the COVID-19 resource page of DailyCaring.com as a guest contributed article. You can read the article here:

TIPS FOR SENIORS AND CAREGIVERS TO SAFELY RESUME ACTIVITIES IN THE “NEW NORMAL” OF CORONAVIRUS

During this time, please know that we are fully operational, and our caregivers are available to help. The safety and well-being of our caregivers, clients and community have always been our top priority. As always, we have taken extra care to provide our team with the most up-to-date safety information and training to keep everyone protected and healthy. Learn more about how FirstLight is here to help during COVID-19.

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