Caregivers Remembering To Socialize Loved Ones


As caregivers, being able to socialize and stimulate the minds of your loved ones is key to their health. AARP’s Amy Goyer became her parents caregiver when they both moved back into her home. Family meals have been an important part of their lives and a major part of their day.

Watch as Amy discusses the importance of meal time and their regular Friday adventures based around taking them outside of her home so they are able to socialize and do not grow bored. It’s good stimulation for both of their brains as they venture and hang out at new places.

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Allison Espiritu graduated from the University of Washington with a bachelor's degree in journalism. For five years she worked as a reporter focused on local government, schools, and community news at a number of Washington publications such as the Seattle Times, Ballard News Tribune, West Seattle Herald, and Snoqualmie Valley Record. She began working at GreaterGood in 2012, progressing to the position of Web Content Program Manager.
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