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Keeping your senior active in social events or holidays is important for their cognitive mind. These activities are great for both young and old to do together. Skip the scary, but have a scary good time with these senior activities on All Hallows’ Eve.
Skip the carving, and grab some paint brushes to make a masterpiece on your pumpkins. Set up a contest for the best pumpkin art. Award the winner with a special Halloween treat. By skipping the carving portion of jack-o-lanterns, it's easier for seniors with or without disabilities to participate in the Halloween activity at home.
Add some spirits of the beyond to your Halloween decorations with these spooky spiral ghosts to celebrate Halloween with your elderly loved one at home. Simply grab some white paper and cut out the spiral to create this
Who doesn’t love bingo with a frightful twist? Print out some Halloween bingo cards and let the games begin. Stick with the traditional number bingo or add some Halloween items to the game cards to add a Halloween twist. The winner can also receive a Halloween treat for surviving the hauntingly good time.
A creative contest made by hand always looks more impressive than a costume you buy in the store. Get your seniors to be creative this Halloween with a costume contest. The winner of the contest is the senior with the most creative outfit and the one who uses the most creative items to create it.
At Nevada Adult Day Healthcare Centers, we celebrate all the holidays with spectacular activities all of our seniors and disabled clients look forward to. Our elderly care program focuses on our seniors having a blast whether it's a holiday party or an everyday activity. Stop by today to see what Halloween festivities we have planned.