You Can Hug Your Grandparents Again

According to the latest CDC recommendations, those who have been fully vaccinated can enjoy spending time with other fully vaccinated individuals, as well as those at low risk for severe disease. 

As many seniors have thankfully received their second shots of either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, we are finally beginning to see a return to normalcy. To life before the pandemic when grandparents could freely hug their grandchildren and children, and when family time was spent in person, not via FaceTime or Zoom calls.

It has been a very difficult year for all of us. Especially for seniors who have been forced into isolation to protect their health. Still, now it’s fair to say that those that have been completely vaccinated can finally let out a collective (unmasked) sigh of relief. 

As seniors begin to reintegrate into society and resume social activities with friends and family, Granny Nannies is here to help. Our certified caretakers are available 24/7 to assist with any and all needs. We’ll handle meal prep, grocery shopping, and prescription pick-up to free up more time for social activities, and we can even transport them to their next gathering. 

For those who need more assistance, we are trained to manage hygiene needs, including bathing and dressing, to ensure that they’re looking and feeling their best when visitors arrive. Our care technicians are available around the clock to ensure seniors sleep soundly through the night and are trained in fall prevention to help them stay safe on their feet during active days.

Call now to schedule a free consultation to learn more about how we can help your elderly loved one. Our treatment plans are personalized and fully-customizable to your seniors’ needs. Call us today!