Mark your calendars because Father’s Day is on Sunday, June 18th! We see this day as an opportunity to spoil our dads, granddads, and dad-like men in our lives—plus Father’s Day is an excuse to fire up the grill and spend time outside. It’s all too common for our dads to refuse a gift or say that they’re happy with anything, so we wanted to provide some inspiration to get the special man in your life something special.
Handy Bar. A handy bar makes it easier and safer for anyone that needs a little extra help getting in and out of their car. The handy bar helps people get in and out of the car for stress-free traveling. The handy bar works with any car; simply put the striker onto the door latch and it will be ready to use. The handy bar is small and portable which allows you to travel with it anywhere.
Warming Slippers. As we age, circulation becomes more of an issue resulting in cold feet and hands. Applying heat in specific areas has been proven to improve blood flow. Keeping feet warm can actually help warm your entire body. To warm your slippers, simply put them into the microwave and let the lavender scent sink in to help relax your body.
Electric Blanket. Stay warm year-round with the help of an electric blanket. This blanket gives you low, medium, and high options to fit all needs. If your loved one gets cold easily this is the perfect gift for them.
Digital Photo Frame. Deciding on your favorite photos to display can be a hassle. A digital photo frame has made it easier to show off all of your favorite family photos. To add a little extra surprise, preload all of the images for your loved one.
Key Finder. Memory loss is an unfortunate reality of getting older. A key ring finder is a great solution for anyone that tends to “misplace” their keys frequently. It comes in two pieces: part one locks onto your keychain and part two is safely safe stored where it can always be found. With one simple push of the button, an alarm will sound and help locate lost keys.
Peace of Mind with a Caregiver. Ever consider having a Caregiver for a few hours a week to help with everyday tasks? For Papa’s Sake Home Care can help with as little as 4 hours a week. We can do everything including helping prepare meals, running errands, light housekeeping, and companionship. Every client is different with unique needs so we customize each situation to fit the client’s needs. Contact us today to learn more about this unique gift for the father figure in your life.