Thanksgiving is a holiday many people look forward to. It is about family get-together, scrumptious food, and creating wonderful memories. It is a day to be thankful for every big and small blessing, and it is a day of enjoyment. Sadly, it can be a little different for the elderly as well as their caregivers. Seniors are more likely to feel lonely and isolated on days like Thanksgiving. It brings bittersweet memories of their loved ones who are no longer with them. On the other hand, for caregivers, it becomes their task to make sure that this feeling of isolation and loneliness does not turn into depression. They have to put in their foot forward to make the day go well for the elderly. With some advance planning, it is not difficult to make this Thanksgiving a memorable one.
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