Loneliness in the elderly, how to help

Offer practical help

It is not always easy to know who or how to help. A good start is simply to stop and talk to an elderly neighbor if you pass them on street. If you think an older person may have breathing trouble hearing or has memory problems make sure to speak clearly {but do not shout}.
  • Mother is carrying a ten month old unborn child to bring him to the world.
  • After the baby is born, the mother takes care of the baby with a lot of love.
  • After the baby is born the mother introduce the father, and the both of them take care of the baby very well.
  • Mother never leaves her child alone.
  • Father shows his affection to the child in different ways.
  • When a child has a hard time, he lays down in his mothers lap.
  • Kids and the parents are happy with the family.
  • They go to school and go to work, and go to work, and live a happy life.
  • Parents get old, they have no place to go, and they are alone.
  • When they get older, the kids send them to elderly care. There they suffer from depression, sadness and unsatisfaction.
Elderly people over 80 behave like a small child. Older people can become socially isolated for many reasons, such as getting older or weaker, the death of spouses and friends, or through disabilities or illness. Whatever the cause, it is shockingly easy to be left alone and vulnerable, which can lead to depression and a serious decline in physical health and wellbeing. These are the main reason, why we should make them feel happy and make them feel like they are at home. Your contribution could be as simple as a weekly telephone call to an isolated older person, or extend to regular home visits for a chat and to help with shopping and so on, driving an elderly person to a social event, or even hosting coffee mornings for groups of elderly people to have shower and so on.

And we have to respect and love them, and take care of them like our own parents.

Presented by : Omar Yahiya