Even though you won’t be able to go and visit your elderly loved one while they are at home in quarantine, it is important that you still talk to them often. Let them know what is going on with you and ask them how they are doing, as well. Talk to them about things that they enjoy to help keep their spirits up during their quarantine.
If your elderly loved one has gotten the coronavirus or they have been exposed to it and are now under home quarantine, they are probably feeling very worried and anxious. Reassure your elderly loved one that their home care provider is going to be there to take care of them. Let them know that you are working with their home care provider to give them the best care possible.
With the coronavirus and home quarantine already causing anxieties to rise in your elderly loved one, it is important that they have some stability. Making sure that their home care provider keeps them on a daily routine can help them to feel more stable with everything that is going on. This routine can include waking up at the same time every day, taking a morning walk, eating at the same time every day, doing things they enjoy, exercising, going to bed at the same time every day, and more.
When you do talk to your elderly loved one during their home quarantine, make sure that you stay positive. The more positive things that you have to say to your elderly loved one, the more positive they can feel. This can help them to better get through their home quarantine.
If your elderly loved one wants to vent to you about being stuck at home, let them. Sometimes they may just need to get these feelings off their chest in order to feel better. Allow them to vent and then try to get them talking about something more positive.