CARE inc. provides long-term care for toddlers and children with special needs or disabilities. Accomplishing day-to-day tasks can be difficult and overwhelming for special needs guardians. We know asking for assistance can be difficult, but you can relax knowing our attendants are specially trained and eager to help. CAREgivers can provide one-on-one support so that they can experience a full life.
Spring is an exciting time for families; Whether it is spring-cleaning or enjoying more time outside, it is best when activities can be done together as a family. That being said, here is a list of outside activities you can do together.
1. Chalk Scenes
Draw scenes on the ground with chalk like a flower garden, or keep it simple with hopscotch.
2. Scavenger hunt
Create a list of objects you can find in your backyard and take pictures of them. The first one to complete the list wins.
Grab your favorite picnic blanket and some finger foods! Enjoy lunch under the sun with fresh air. Don’t forget to apply SPF too. Whether people are born with physical limitations or have incurred special needs due to an accident, we will help care for them to the best of our abilities. We provide personalized care, specialized attention, and unconditional support. We don’t fill your loved one's shoes. We walk in them.
At CARE, we truly care deeply for your family, and we tailor our care to meet their specific needs. We help get them to their appointments, will run errands with or for them, and we are here to make sure they stay healthy. Call us at 1-800-798-6565 to learn more or visit https://careinc.com/contact-us to discuss if our team can make a difference in the life of your family member.
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