Let’s celebrate the upcoming Father’s Day with 5 great gift ideas! We are just 2 weeks away from Father’s Day on June 19, 2016. While our mother got the beautiful flowers and breakfast in bed, the Dads among us deserve kudos for their contributions to our family.
Last month I was shocked to read a post on Facebook. The mother of a friend had suffered a stroke during her visit to the USA! She had partial brain damage and was admitted to the hospital’s intensive care unit. To make matters worse, her visitor insurance coverage ran out in just two days. Her family needed to raise money quickly to complete the treatment so that she could return to India. I was really sad to hear the news. According to her family, she had undergone pre-trip medical tests that were necessary for the insurance and was given clearance by the doctors to travel to the USA.
Let’s be honest. There’s no one who loves you, or worries about you more than your mother so start planning now to thank her and make her feel extra special this Mother’s Day. Mother’s Day is a time of the year when we all unite to celebrate motherhood around the world. Mother’s Day in the United States is held annually on the second Sunday of May. This year it will be celebrated on May 8th. Many of us have made plans to celebrate Mother’s Day in our own way. Some like to eat out or cook mother’s special recipe, buy favorite gifts, visit their mother or invite their mother to celebrate with them.
Do you want to help your aging parents but don’t live close by? Often older folks find it daunting to deal with everyday issues such as clarifying bills or insurance questions or making arrangements with caregivers. If you were there, next to your parents, all these things would be ironed out in no time. Both you and your parents would be on the same page regarding any paperwork or household arrangements, giving you peace of mind.
Spring is here and it is time to plan for a summer trip for yourself or your parents. If you or your parents need assistance during the flight, then early planning is always advisable. Remember these items for your to-do list.