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3 Tips For Helping Your Senior Loved One Honor Memorial Day

By Ruby Cemental

Memorial Day is a very important day for many Americans. It is a day to honor the men and women who are serving or have previously served our country. This day is often one that is especially important to your senior loved ones. Because of this, they likely want to do something that helps them to honor this day and show their appreciation. Thankfully, there are several things that you can do to help your senior loved one honor this day. Here are tips for doing so. 

Attend a Memorial Day Parade 

There are often parades hosted each year on Memorial Day. Taking your loved one to view your local Memorial Day Parade is a great way for them to get out and honor the day. If they are a veteran themselves, then you may even ask them if they would like to be in the parade. 

Fly Their Flag 

Whether your senior loved one lives on their own, with you, or in an assisted living facility, you can assist them in flying their flag. This is an excellent way for them to show their patriotism and do something personally that shows how much they honor Memorial Day. The size or location of the flag doesn't matter, just as long as they are involved in the flag flying process. 

Visit Veteran Grave Sites

If your senior loved one knows any veterans who have passed away, they can take flowers, flags, and other meaningful Memorial Day gifts to their grave site. This is a wonderful way for them to pay their respects to those who have served and passed on.

You can help your senior loved one honor Memorial Day by attending a Memorial Day Parade with them, helping them to fly their flag, and visiting veteran graves sites. 

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