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Mother’s Day is a holiday usually celebrated together, whether that means taking Mom out to a fancy restaurant for dinner or surprising her with an unexpected visit. But this year, things are different for mothers and their children.
The threat of COVID-19 means that many family members who don’t live in the same home need to stay apart this year to protect themselves and each other. In addition, Ohio has banned visitors from entering nursing homes throughout the state, making it impossible for children to visit their mothers if they live in those facilities.
It can be difficult for both mothers and their children to spend this special day apart, especially if they’re used to spending it together. There’s no true substitute for spending quality time in person, but there are many ways to show your love and appreciation for your mom on her special day, even if you’re hundreds or thousands of miles apart.
Whether your mom lives independently or in a nursing home, it’s important to make sure she knows how loved and appreciated she is, especially on Mother’s Day. While there’s nothing wrong with a phone call and a delivery of fresh flowers to show how much you care, this is also an opportunity to get creative and make Mother’s Day 2020 a holiday she won’t soon forget.
Consider these ideas for a fresh and unique approach to celebrating Mom’s special day this year:
At Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy, we know there’s nothing quite like the bond between a mother and her children. That’s why this year’s Mother’s Day will be bittersweet for many families, especially those who have to spend it apart. But there’s no substitute for safety and health, and that’s why making the sacrifice of not seeing Mom in person is so important while the threat of COVID-19 looms large in our cities and communities.
It’s especially important to be cautious and careful if your mom lives in a nursing home. Although you may be unable to visit, you can stay in frequent contact with her to raise her spirits and let her know how loved and appreciated she is. In addition, it’s important to get regular updates from her caretakers, nurses, and other staff members, especially if she’s in poor health or particularly vulnerable to infections like the coronavirus.
Our Ohio nursing home abuse attorneys are here to help if you believe that your mother has been mistreated, harmed, abused, or neglected in her nursing facility. Contact us today for a free consultation. We want what’s best for your mom, whether it’s on Mother’s Day or any other time of year.
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