Every year, Mother’s Day is a time to appreciate and honor the special women in our lives. This year, many of us are celebrating from a distance due to the pandemic. But that doesn’t mean you can’t make the day special for the mothers in your life who live in assisted living.


At Deer Trail Assisted Living, we celebrate Mother’s Day with lots of love and enthusiasm. Our team of nurses, therapists, and caregivers do their best to make sure every mother feels special and appreciated on this special day.


Here are some tips for celebrating Mother’s Day in an assisted living community like Deer Trail:


  1. Make a Mother’s Day card: Greeting cards are always a great way to show your appreciation for someone special. If you can’t be there in person, make a card and mail it to your mother. You can make your own card or purchase one from a store.


  1. Send flowers: A bouquet of flowers is a classic way to show your love and appreciation for someone. You can make arrangements for flowers to be delivered to the assisted living community


  1. Plan a virtual visit: Technology has made it easier than ever to connect with our loved ones. Give your mother the gift of your presence by organizing a virtual visit. Set up a video call or even just a phone call.


  1. Send a care package: Show your mother how much you care by sending her a care package. You can include her favorite snacks, books, or other items that she might enjoy.


  1. Spend quality time: If you’re able to visit your mother in person, make sure to spend quality time with her. This could mean taking a walk around the community, playing a game, or just talking.


At Deer Trail Assisted Living, we understand that Mother’s Day is a special day for everyone. Our staff will do their best to make sure that all mothers in our community feel appreciated and honored. We hope these tips will help you make Mother’s Day special for your mother or other special women in your life.


For more information about senior assisted living in Rock Springs Wyoming, please give us a call at 307-362-0100.