Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Best Place to Take Care Our Parents




The best place where we can take care of our parents or grandparents is in our own home. It is also economical in our budget especially if you are like me who pays for everything and need to maximize my budget for the whole month. Taking care for our parents is the best way to pay for what they have done for us, their sacrifices and difficulties in earning money to be able to feed us when we are still depending on them, loving us without condition or protect us from our enemy and possible danger and now is the time to honor their work and to love them more right at the comfort of our own home.

But of course taking care for them is not that easy as I can say it. But we can manage it through time and will get use of it. Some things need to adjust in the home like the house chore, managing everything and of course entertainment and workout. 

bed mounted trapeze barbed mounted trapeze bar

We should also make sure that our grandparents or our parents are comfortable in place or our home where they always spent most of their time like the room they always dwell.  A comfortable bed, a breathable room should be taking in their place. Opting for bed mounted trapeze bar can be a great help for them, where we can never always attend to what they need since task are not only concentrated for them.  Trapeze bar can enable them to get up easily and can be a great exercise for them as they will exert a little effort to hold and lift their own body. If you want to purchase one you can always head on to the site Parentgiving.com where you can choose which trapeze is suitable for your home and your love one. Giving and loving them back is a great joy for them, so please love your parents as early as possible and as long that they can still able to enjoy life with you.

21 comments:

  1. Caring for our parents is our filial duty. It's a good thing that our culture knows this more than anybody else. :)

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  2. yes, good thing that Filipinos are kind to their parents and old people. Minsan may lumaking bastos pero at least mayroon pa rin naman kahit papaano.

    mabuhay!

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  3. Actually as early as now I want to save up and I want to treat them for vacation like Singapore or somewhere else. The only problem is I can't save up that much right away. Bit i'm not losing hope. Someday I'll treat them in return for everything! :)

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  4. Parents should be nurtured with love and affection. I don't worry about the gadgets or medical supplies that my parents needed. My family owns a medical supply business back home so basically, they have everything they needed but Parentgiving .com is a good online store to check out stuff for our parents.

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  5. This is really helpful for seniors and its very much handy. They would surely have an easier time around the house with this.

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  6. So how much would that bed trapeze bar cost? :)

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  7. That's really helpful. My lola lives in her own house with a yaya but she's a few houses away lang naman from us.

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  8. wow speaking of this topic! my husband and I were talking about my father in law because in the next couple of years he won't be able to travel anymore so might talk to his brothers to look after him rather than bring him to nursing homes which is not very good idea for me xx

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  9. It's a great way to help our oldies go around in our house when taken care of at home instead of putting them in a home care facilities.

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  10. Agree! taking care of our oldies is imbedded in our culture and we should be proud of it. Keeping them safe and comfortable in our own home is one of the best thing we can do for them.

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  11. Definitely, it is the safest and most loving place of all. It's our way of returning the sacrifices and love they've given us.

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  12. wow nice,, parang gusto ko din yatang gawan ng parents ko ng ganyan pero pagmatatanda na sila.. :)

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  13. That trapeze bar is kinda new to me. For sure it will be a hit soon.

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  14. If my beloved parents are living today, I give them the best service to make them happy to reciprocate their best service they gave when I was an infant until I grow to adulthood.

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  15. my mom has osteoarthritis and has difficulty going around. Assistive devices like this can greatly help maintain some mobility. will check this out.

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  16. Is it available in the Philippines?

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  17. I agree with you, sis. My mother cared for my grandmother until she passed away. My mom is in Canada now, and I am living here in the Netherlands, and I often think how it would be when she needs me and my brothers.

    But my brother and his family already plan on migrating to Canada, so that is very assuring at this point.

    We are living in Europe, and as I see it, I might probably grow old here, but life constantly brings surprises, so who knows? I often tell them how the culture of taking care of your parents is in the Philippines and they too find a good tradition, in comparison to the tradition of the older generation retiring in home for the aged.

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  18. My only PRAYER for my parents is...

    May GOD grant them good health and aged
    gracefully so that I may have all the time to
    TAKE CARE of them when weakness and old age
    take over their lives. I want to serve them
    and this device will definitely a comfortable
    help. Thanks for sharing.

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  19. How much is the bed mounted trapeze bar?

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