Elder Care in West Memorial TX
Did you know that on August 25th, 2016, the National Park Service will be turning 100 years old? To celebrate the National Park Service’s 100th birthday, celebrations and special events will be taking place all over the country in our nation’s 100-plus national parks. National Parks can be great places to learn, explore, relax, and discover for people of all ages and seniors are no exception. If you and your senior loved one have a national park near you, read on for a few ways you can celebrate the centennial of the National Park Service.
Visit a Park for Free
To celebrate the centennial, National Parks across the United States are offering free admission between August 25th and 28th 2016. If your loved one has been interested in visiting a national park, this is a great time to go and take advantage of the free admission. At the park, your loved one can enjoy natural wonders such as beaches, rivers, waterfalls, wildlife, plant life, rock formations, and more. If they love to hike, national parks have some of the best hiking trails that the U.S. has to offer. In addition, visiting a national park can be an educational and mentally-stimulating adventure.
Collect Commemorative Stamps
In honor of the centennial, the U.S. Postal Service has issued 16 brand-new Forever stamps that feature art and photographs that celebrate American national parks. If your senior loved one is a stamp collector, this collection is one that is not to be missed!
Attend a Special Event
All across the country, national parks will be having special events to celebrate the centennial. Check the website of the national park near you to see what special events they will be having during the month of August. These events can be great learning opportunities and fun activities for your senior loved one to participate in.
See the National Parks Adventure Film
National Parks Adventure is a film inspired by the first 100 years of the National Park Service. If your loved one enjoys movies and nature films, National Parks Adventure can be a great choice. This can also be a wonderful way for seniors who are unable to visit a park to experience some of the most intriguing and interesting aspects of our national parks.
If you or an aging loved one are considering elder care in West Memorial, TX, please call the caring staff at At Your Side Home Care. We will answer all of your senior care questions. Call today: (832) 271-1600.
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