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Be An Angel Day is August 22. Check out 16 easy ways to Be An Angel everyday!

August 22nd, 2016 1 Comment

Be An Angel Day

August 22 is Be An Angel Day

At Visiting Angels, every day is “Be An Angel” day. For everyone else, August 22nd has been designated as a special day to encourage doing nice things for a fellow person, to act like an angel! Be a blessing to someone else–you will be blessed in return!

Easy ways you can Be An Angel:

  • Be polite to everyone (including family members)
  • Visit a senior at their home or nursing facility
  • Drive courteously
  • Tip your server over 20%
  • Pick up random litter wherever you see it
  • Be friendly to people
  • Wave and/or say hello to your neighbors
  • Send a note to someone just to say hello
  • Let someone else go first
  • Clean up after yourself
  • Give a hug to someone you know
  • Put change in someone else’s parking meter
  • Return a shopping cart in a parking lot
  • Say thank you for little things
  • Bring in Angel food cake to work for co-workers
  • Call, text, or email someone you haven’t talked to in awhile


When You Need a Miracle, We’ll Send You An Angel

December 17th, 2014 No Comments

New Jersey Senior Care - Happy HolidaysHoliday Home Care Angels in New Jersey

The holiday season is a wonderful time to visit relatives, travel, eat great food, and give wonderful gifts to the ones you love. Unfortunately, it’s also a time of busy schedules, crowds and a break from the regular routine. If you need help with the daily care of a loved one, call Visiting Angels for in-home personal care in New Jersey. When your schedule goes crazy, and you need a miracle, we can offer respite and peace of mind. Give yourself, and your loved one, the gift of a Visiting Angel this holiday season.

The interruption in a daily schedule can be upsetting to our elder loved ones who depend on the benefits of a routine. Routine is comforting to those who struggle with memory loss, and to others who just like things to stay the same. Visiting Angels’ in-home care providers support routine. Doing specific tasks on the same day of each week allows for a sense of continuity in the midst of the hustle and bustle of the season.

Is Monday his laundry day? Do you always do their shopping on Friday? Is Thursday her hair appointment? Do you just not have time to fit these in your tight schedule this time of year? Do you need a miracle? Call Visiting Angels. We’ve got you covered, and we’ll extend the comfort and care to your loved one’s daily routines: Meals at the same time and on time, maintaining their medication schedule, talking or taking a walk after lunch and bedtime at the exact time as yesterday and the days before. Assistance is available every day, night and day.

You want your aging loved ones to stay in their home as long as possible, and the stability of anticipating the expected is a source of security for them. Surprises aren’t always appreciated, and change can be met with anxious feelings. The services of Visiting Angels are designed to support seniors in their daily activities and routines, and to eliminate stress – for them and you.  We understand the uniqueness of each individual and the importance of routine with flexibility and comfort without constriction. We’re here to meet your needs and the needs of your loved ones with skill and compassion.

For elder and senior care in New Jersey during the holiday season and year round, call Visiting Angels at 609-883-8188. When you need a miracle, we’ll send you an angel.

Who’s your great-granddaddy? September 27th is Ancestor Appreciation Day…

September 27th, 2014 1 Comment

Ancestor Appreciation Day

Spend Time With Your Older Loved Ones Reminiscing During Ancestor Appreciation Day

September 27th is Ancestor Appreciation Day. Do you know who your relatives are beyond the past two generations? Most of us don’t, which leads to a terrific NJ elder care project you can do with your older relatives: glean all the information you can from your uncles, great-uncles, aunts, great-aunts, grandparents, great-grandparents, etc. Look through old photos with them and label the photos. If you’re really ambitious, help create a scrapbook or ancestry log. While doing that, you’ll be sure to hear interesting and sometimes amazing stories about your relatives. As a bonus benefit, you’ll be spending time with your older relatives; they’ll feel appreciated and loved knowing someone cares to hear about the “old days.”