Compassionate Everett Caregiver Services
Exercise is an important part of daily life for all people, no matter their age or disabilities. The simplest form of exercise is a nice walk. And what could make a walk more enjoyable than a backdrop of Western Washington beauty! If you live in Everett and are receiving home, or elder, care, you might enjoy having your caregiver accompany you on a walk around Grand Avenue Park and down to the marina.
Marinas are fascinating places! There are boats of different shapes and sizes, the sounds and smells of the ocean, the clean salty air filling your lungs . . . all of which makes for a nice and healthy day out.
Another favorite destination is the Everett Arboretum. With paths that accommodate walkers and wheelchairs, these beautiful gardens refresh the eyes and spirit!
If you are a veteran or a history buff, you and your caregiver may enjoy a trip to the Flying Heritage Collection at Paine Field. This collection showcases lovingly restored WWII aircraft, and offers easy wheelchair access and helpful docents.
Home care, or elder care, doesn’t mean that a caregiver tends to your needs only within the home. On outings, it would be the caregiver’s duty to arrange the transportation for the day, make sure any mobility aids are taken along, organize medications, and bring any necessary emergency contacts.
Here is a useful link to all events that are held in Everett, WA – Event Calendar. So, no matter your interests, if you are receiving home or elder care, ask your caregiver to help you plan a fun day out.
Contact Northwest Washington’s Elderly Care Experts
If you would like more information on receiving home care, or elder care, in Everett then please do not hesitate to contact us.
We also offer home care in the following towns and areas:
- Lake Stevens
- … and many other locations in Snohomish, Skagit, and select locations in Island and King counties!