Aug 15, 2017 by Anonymous
One of the most popular activities among seniors is birdwatching. It combines many aspects, such as nature, being sociable, exercise, and relaxing, all into one activity. Birdwatching for seniors can help stimulate their mind, body, and spirit, which can help keep your aging loved ones feeling young.
There are two main types of birdwatchers, a birder and a birdwatcher. If your aging loved ones have just began this hobby, they would be considered a birdwatcher; which is a casual hobbyist who enjoys looking for birds and watching them live in their habitats. This type of bird watching can occur in the comfort of their own backyard. On the other hand, there is a birder, who has been watching birds for many years, takes long trips into nature, and catalogs the birds they see along the way. Whatever type of birdwatcher enthusiast your loved one is, it can provide them with healthy benefits.
Benefits of Birdwatching
Safety while Birdwatching
It’s important to ensure that your loved ones are practicing safe bird watching habits. While it may seem like a simple hobby, there are some precautions to take before your loved ones step on the trail to seek out birds.
How Comfort Keepers® in Lancaster can Help
Comfort Keepers® can help your aging loved ones in Lancaster by enjoying their hobby of birdwatching with them. Our compassionate, professional caregivers—called Comfort Keepers® can go along with your loved ones on bird watching hikes, and keep your loved ones safe, healthy, and independent. With around-the-clock care or just a couple of hours a week of companionship, our caregivers provide the help and support your loved ones need.
Contact us today by calling (661) 200-9498 or by clicking here for more information about our Comfort Keepers and their services.