- Keep them warm.
- Have quality meals for them containing balanced diets. Regular chicken soup and fruits should help.
- Try not to expose them to dusty tasks at home. They love helping with chores when they act like nannies. Do the dusty work for them.
- Of course, remind them to sanitize.
- Avoid stressful instances that make people storm out in anger.
“You have a duty to keep your elders safe”.Henry’s Care Initiative Quotes
You can practice those five simple steps and get to keep your elders safe for a longer time.
The COVID-19 may soon end as some countries including Kenya are reporting significant decreases in cases. However, we are not sure of this trend continuing.
Let us keep safe.
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