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The holidays are officially here! Let the fun of shopping, baking and gathering together begin now! There are so many fun things to do with the family and there are many chances to give back to our community too. We are planning to take every chance this year to make the holidays as shiny as bright for as many people as we can.
This year my family will begin a new tradition. We will be visiting a local nursing facility and sharing goodies and singing carols to the residents. My cute kids have even started making handmade cards to share.
We decided that spreading cheer to the elderly was a great way to honor my grandparents and keep their memories close to our hearts this holiday season. With them being on my mind, when I was in Sam’s Club, I decided to make a purchase to share with the residents that might need a helping hand to participate in the traditional festivities.
Sam’s Club has so many products to help caregivers meet personal care needs that the hardest part about making this purchase was deciding which product to buy. In the spirit of my grandma who needed light leakage protection to get festive, I purchased a box of 156 count Members Mark Long Pads. There are so many Member’s Mark products to choose from, you can’t go wrong with any products!
From adult wash cloths to maximum absorbency underwear in all sizes, Member’s Mark understands the need for value and quality and makes caregiving less stressful by meeting your needs.
Caregivers, there is a wonderful resource I want to share with you to help you find all of the products you need to provide exceptional care and to give you ideas, tips, and tricks to make every day a great day. The Sam’s Club Caregiver Site is one you will want to bookmark and share this resource with your friends and fellow caregivers.
How does your family spread cheer during the holidays? Have you ever donated to a nursing facility to make the holidays a little brighter for the elderly?